The house in Karađorđe street, where Đura Jakšić, a famous Serbian poet and painter, used to live for several months during his work in Kragujevac, has two floors meant for different content.The upper gallery section is used for exhibitions, promotion, gatherings of artists and similar cultural events. This section features exhibitions of objects related to the life and work of Đura Jakšić. In the lower section of the house there is an exhibition of around 100 types of rakias and wines from Šumadija which the visitors can taste and purchase. The house is equipped with modern technical facilities, and it has excellent capabilities for organization of special events. There are 50 seats in the upper section for visitors of cultural events, and 70 seats in the lower section for potential presentations of wines and rakias from Šumadija.
Address: Karađorđeva 36a
Working hours: Monday – Friday from 9-13h and 17-20h, closed on weekends