Waterworks museum

The Waterworks Museum is a specialised technical museum that focuses on the water industry across Slovakia.

The Waterworks Museum was founded on 01.11.2007 on the 120th anniversary of the first Bratislava water company. The founder of the museum is BVS, a.s. The museum is located at the historical site of the first pumping station in Karlova Ves; the building itself was first built at the end of the 19th century and was expanded at the beginning of the 20th century. It was one of the first facilities during the establishment of the Bratislava waterworks. Expositions are located in the area of the original machinery hall.

The museum regularly joins various programs for the public including International Water Day in March, the “Bratislava for All” event and the Night of Museums and Galleries.

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