The Pozarevac National Museum was founded in 1895 and is the oldest in Serbia after the Belgrade National Museum. It is a complex type museum and holds over 50,000 museum objects from different epochs in its buildings. The archeological setting, prehistoric and antique collections are in the main building and there is a lapidarium in the courtyard. It exhibits sculptures, tombstones, sarcophagi, pieces of architectural plastic.
Miodrag Marković’s legacy is a work of art, including works by Jovan Bijelić, Milan Konjović, Zora Petrović, Ljubica Sokić, Pedja Milosavljević. The Museum of Cultural History holds items from the collection of applied art in a setting of civic culture from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The collection consists of collections of furniture, dishes, chandeliers, art paintings, and the most representative is the blue lounge with a painted ceiling, featuring performances of four seasons. The interior of a Serbian house that follows the development of housing in Pozarevac in the 19th and early 20th centuries is displayed in the House of Dobrnjacs. Through the architecture, ethnological objects, fine and applied art, one can look at the life of the Pozarevac civic house at that time. A commemorative exhibition dedicated to the Peace of Pozarevac is a replica of the imperial tent in which peace was signed on Tulba Hill in 1718 and is a credible account of this historic event. On Tulba there is also an ethno park with authentic and typical objects of national construction, which shows the traditional values of folk architecture of the Branicevo district. One of the most beautiful exhibition spaces in the center of Pozarevac is the Gallery of Contemporary Art, in which a large number of artists have exhibited so far
One of the most interesting figures of artistic Europe between the two world wars, a painter, a poet of surrealism, an extraordinary woman Milena Pavlovic Barili can meet in the gallery that bears her name, in Pozarevac. Located in her hometown, it owns over 900 works of art by Milena Pavlovic Barili (oils, pastels, drawings, tempera, watercolors, prints), 40 of which are of major importance to the republic, as well as works from the Biennale collection and contemporary authors and works from the family art collection.