Gradaščević Tower is a residential and fortification building from the Ottoman period.
Islahijet is an architectural ensemble located in the settlement Kolobara.
Kočić House is located in Kolobara residential area. It was built by the famous merchant Alija Kučukalić.
The First Post Office was the first facility established for the purpose of postal traffic in Brčko.
City Hall is located in the center of the city, being a part of an architectural form that includes small park, the building of the Hotel Posavina and the building of the branch of Zemaljska banka (the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina).
The archaeological site Zidine is located in Gornja Skakava, about 20 km from Brčko. At the highest point of the hill, where the archeological site is located, a chapel of St. Francis was built in 1983.
The architectural ensemble that consists of the Old Parish Church and the Old Parish House of St. Francis of Assisi is located in Zovik, at a natural elevation of 2,245 meters above sea level.
Krsmanović Endowment was built in 1865, and its construction was funded by the well-known Serb merchant family Krsmanović. The building is also known as “The Hall”.
The monument to Dobro Jovanović is located at the entrance to the city park in Brčko. The monument is a symbol of the suffering, struggle and aspiration for freedom in World War I, regardless of religion and nation.
The Partisan Memorial Cemetery was built in 1964, covering an area of 4,541 square meters.
The monument to Hasan Aganović Tač is located at the mouth of the Brka River into the Sava River, right next to the Islahijet building.