Arts & Culture in Banja Luka

Your complete guide to the best museums, theatres, galleries, street art, and best cultural events in town.
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Organization Udas

Non-governmental organization (NVO)

Sime Miljuša 2 / 78000 Banja Luka

Museum of Republika Srpska


Đure Daničića 1 Banja Luka

Gospodska Street

Gospodska Street is the most famous promenade in Banja Luka, which bears two names, one is Veselina Masleša Street, and the other is a well-known name accepted by the people - "Gospodska Street". If you ask the people of Banja Luka about Veselina Masleša Street, they would not know because it is known to everyone as "Gospodska Street". There used to be a pond called Muslina bara on the site of today's "Gospodska ulica", which served as a skating rink for children in winter. The famous Banja Luka merchant Toma Radulović, who was the first to get permission to open a shop in the city, built a one-story building in 1855 called Albania. Tired of the peasants entering his shop and having little money in the market, he pointed out the handwritten name "Gospodska ulica" on the building on his own initiative. This was just before the entry of the Austro-Hungarian army in Banja Luka, so they accepted this name and the street was officially called "Herren gasse" until 1918. The name was adopted, first on Austrian postcards, on which the "Gospodska street" was called Herrengasse, and then in everyday speech.

Veselina Maslaše 25, Banja Luka 78000


The monument to the fallen Krajisniks, in the People's Liberation Struggle (1941-1945) against fascism, is located on the top of Banj hill (431 m above sea level) which dominates Banja Luka. It is about 5 km away from the city, and the road is paved along its entire length.

Banj, brdo 78000

Fortress Kastel

In the heart of the city of Banja Luka stands Kastel, a witness to the past, a skeleton of the present and a prediction of the future. Located in the heart of the city, the fortress has a rich past. The old walls of the Castle are there to wake your curiosity about the history of the city, the stories of battles, trade, successes and failures, which are witnessed and marked by the fortress itself.

Banja Luka 78000

Park Petar Kočić

Petar Kočić Park is a city park in Banja Luka, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is located in the local community Centar. Petar Kočić Park is one of the two most famous parks in Banja Luka, the other one is Mladen Stojanović Park.

Kraja Petra I Karađorđevića

Art club Prostor

Art gallery and non - profit organization. The space provides an opportunity to promote all types of contemporary art, so we encourage all young well-known and non-established artists and creators to share their work with us.

ul. Kordunaška br. 22 78 000 Banja Luka


The Children's Theater of Republika Srpska from Banja Luka was opened on December 30, 1955.

Đure Daničića 1 78000 Banja Luka

Galerija Sonja Bikic

Exhibition and sales gallery of works of art by academic painter-ceramist Sonja Bikić

Jevrejska 119 78000 Banja Luka