The permanent exhibition of the National museum Kruševac includes chronological range from pre-history, over Classical antiquity and Middle Ages, through the period of Turkish dominance and the restoration of Serbian statehood, up to the middle XX century. Organized at two levels of the representative museum edifice, the permanent exhibition is arranged on 583 m² of the exhibition space. The selected exhibits, as well as the very exhibition in its entirety, evidence the cultural and historical development of the area of Kruševac, leading the visitors chronologically and picturesquely through the historical periods.
On the ground floor, the exhibition includes chronological range from pre-history to the middle of the XIX century. The exhibition has an aim to illustrate and bring closer the everyday life in the Neolithic, Bronze and Iron Age, and Classical antiquity through the representative material of natural and archaeological history. As thematic units, there are three Moravian towns presented – Kruševac, Stalać and Koznik, with the special emphasis on the town of Kruševac and the period of the rule of the Prince Lazar. In a picturesque and pithy way the exhibition on the ground floor offers a review of the battle of Kosovo, as well as the period of the despot Stefan Lazarević.
The exhibition space on the first floor consists of two units. The first one includes the permanent exhibition, while the other is the Assembly hall, space intended for the realization of the thematic exhibitions of the National museum itself, or the other museum institutions. The unit which presents a permanent exhibition is a chronological continuation of the exhibition on the ground floor and includes period of the XIX and the XX century. There is a rich ethnographic and historical material presented, illustrating the most significant segments of the development of rural and urban culture in this area, the period of the First and the Second Serbian Uprising, as also of the First and the Second World War. In the last segment of this unit it will be possible for the visitors to see a selection of the fine art works and documentary material from the legacy of Milan Milovanović and Dragoslav Vasiljević Figa, which entirely correspond with the diverse material imaging the period between the two wars.