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Coronation Photo – Video Point

Take part in period coronations and “Become a Royal” yourself at the Coronation Photo Video Point at the ground floor of Michael’s Gate. Michael’s Gate was an integral part of the coronation route followed by the kings who were crowned in Pressburg as they left the city to where they would take their oath. The Coronation Photo Video Point is where you will find rooms with period furnishings and an authentic 3D model of the historical city marking the route coronation processions took. You can make an image and upload a video of yourself in period costume with the coronation insignia and become a part of a historical exposition. You can record both a photograph and video displaying a scene from the coronation and then print or share it with your friends through e-mail.

The Opening Ceremony of the Coronation Photo-Video Point

22.6., 4:30 PM, St. Mchael’s Tower
Performance of the Guild of Old Martial Arts and Crafts.

Open from June 15, 2018

The Coronation Photo-Video Point in the St. Mchael’s Tower is accessible FREE of charge during the Bratislava Coronation Days on June 22 – 29, 2018 except Mondays:

Open: daily except Mondays
Tuesday – Friday 10 am – 5 pm, lunch break 12 – 12:30 pm
Saturday – Sunday 11 am – 6 pm, lunch break 12 – 12:30 pm

Admission: 3 EUR
Family admission (2 adults and children up to the age of 14): 6 Eur
Bratislava CARD – 100% discount on admission: 0 Eur

The coronation photo-video point is located in Michael’s Tower (Michalská Street 22). On the second floor visitors can also see the Museum of Weapons, dedicated to the history of the city’s fortifications, and take a look on cold steel, military and tournament equipment. From the top floor there is an entrance to the tower, from where you can see the historical part of Bratislava and its surroundings.

Bratislava CARD

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