The National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina is the oldest and largest museum institution in the country, located in the capital city of Sarajevo. Founded in 1888, the museum houses over 4 million items covering various fields of natural sciences, archaeology, and cultural history. Some of the most notable exhibits include the Sarajevo Haggadah, a Jewish illuminated manuscript from the 14th century, and the Butmir culture ceramics, the oldest evidence of human civilization in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
There is a botanical garden in the central part of the complex, home to more than 3,000 types of plants, including some endemic varieties.
Some of the most representative examples of Bosnian stećci can also be found among the greenery.