Jajce’s Franciscan monastery was built in 1885 and is constructed of tufa (a type of limestone). On the ground floor of the building is an archaeological and ethnological collection of items found around Jajce. The monastery also houses bones in a glass sarcophagus of the last Bosnian king, King Stjepan Tomasevic.
The Roman Catholic cemetery is located in the village of Hrast and contains gravestones that date back to the early 18th century. There are a variety of different types of gravestones found here, and located in its centre is a funeral chapel, which was likely constructed during the Austro-Hungarian period.