The palace-museum of king Nikola I Petrovic-Njegos is located in modern-day Bar, near the embankment.

The palace was built in 1885 by architect Josip Slade and served as the summer residence for king Nikola and his family. The palace complex consists of the Big castle, Small castle, clock tower, royal park and the winter garden.

Since 1959 the palace hosts Bar's local museum. The permanent exhibits include archeological, historical, ethnological and art collections. The exhibits are presented in chronological order — from antiquity to early-XX century. You could also see partially restored interiors from the origical palace.

Admission fee is 1 Euro.