In the Old Town of Budva, in the building of authentic Mediterranean architecture from the early nineteenth century, the City Museum. He won the Green Apple Award, 2005th year, due to the conservation of the architectural heritage and the purpose of bringing these buildings. It has a permanent exhibition of archaeological, ethnographic and art collections, while the ground floor of the museum is LAPIDARIUM. The exhibition follows the development of cultural space today Budva from the fifth century BC, in the Middle Ages to the present. Special exhibits are found in Budva necropolis from the Hellenistic period, as well as numerous exhibits ethnographic collections that testify to the richness and diversity of people’s art in this area .