The Museum collection of items comprises numerous three-dimensional items, such as the typewriter, personal computer, agendas, pens, and those carried by him at the moment of assassination – cell phone, tie, wristwatch and briefcase. The collection also includes a number of awards and prizes won by Dr Zoran Đinđić, such as UNESCO Award, BAMBI, POLAK Foundation Award. The items displayed in the Virtual Museum have been relinquished by Mrs. Ružica Đinđić.

Personal library belonging to Dr Zoran Đinđić contains around one thousand and five hundred books, including 44 releases of old and rare Serbian books (published before 1867), a significant number of books originating from the first half of the 20th century in Serbian language, in particular those published between the two World Wars, with selected works of literature and social sciences, most of which refer to history, philosophy and law, books in foreign languages (German, English, French). The library contains some of the most significant works on the history of conceptualism and social sciences. The National Library of Serbia provided the bibliographic classification of the collection. The library has been preserved in good condition and kept by the Fund of Dr Zoran Đinđić, reflecting the range and profundity of his interests.

Virtual tours offer to visitors an opportunity to explore the premises where Dr Zoran Đinđić worked. The tours allow for a walkthrough and visits to offices of Dr Zoran Đinđić located in the Government Building, Belgrade City Assembly and his private study room.

The book of condolences was opened at the Government of the Republic of Serbia on March 13th, 2003.