Former First Kosovar President Ibrahaim Rugova’s house is open to the public to tour. It is not big and is pretty modest, but this fact makes a statement about the politician and writer in a positive way. The house has a wall full of compelling black and white photos and a copy of the Kosovo Declaration of Independence signed in 2008. The gold seal of the president of Kosovo is laid into the floor. A knowledgeable English speaking guide is on staff and helpfully explains exhibits and answers questions. There is a lot of history in Kosovo; this is a good place to go to learn some of it.
Learn about Ibrahaim Rugova before you go: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ibrahim_Rugova
Directions: (Walking) From the U.S. Embassy Bravo Gate, take a left to walk up the hill to the Dragodan Steps. Descend the steps and cross over the main road (Zagrebi). Bear right as the road splits onto Fehmi Agani. Continue a short distance. Directly after you pass the Croatian Embassy, take a right to walk around behind it. It looks like it is a parking lot. You will see flags on flag poles (red-and-black Albanian; blue-and-yellow Kosovar; red-white-and-blue American) on your right hand side. Go through the iron gate and stone pillars into the small white house.