Multiple Exposure Budva four-archaeological museum can tell many interesting facts Montenegro. After visiting the museum, you start to notice the Roman, Byzantine, Greek and Slavic roots of Budva and Montenegro itself.
On the first floor there is a lapidary, which holds the stone plates with samples of ancient writing, to the other three are located jewelry, old coins, ceramic crockery, and other findings. In general account here you can find about 3,000 exhibits dating from the V to the beginning of the XIX century. Of particular interest in the museum's collection is Illyrian helmet and a stone slab, which shows the fish - a symbol of Budva.