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Monday – Friday: 09:00 – 16:00
Saturday: 10:00 – 15:00
Sunday: closed

The Little Wine Lane

From May to September, local, mostly young winemakers, who have at least part of their wine…
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Exotic on the Danube

A huge portion of exotic specialties on a luxury sightseeing boat at the beginning of June
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Gastro Cruise Special

A gastronomic experience on a boat with a perfect romantic view will wait for you also…
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Save the date for Bratislava Coronation Days

The majestic past will come to life again in the former royal town
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Roman ship in Bratislava

A replica of a Roman river longship of the Lusoria type from the 4th century will…
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Martin Benka

Third floor of Bratislava Castle became a temporary home to works of Martin Benka

Romans and Slovakia

The archaeological-historical exhibition treats of the specific position of today’s Slovakia, located in the vicinity of the Roman Empire and once a direct part of it in a small part.

Tradition Untraditionally: Wood

The ÚĽUV Gallery presents the first of its new Tradition Untraditionally series of materials-based exhibitions approaching the phenomenon of wood in unexpected contexts – design from museum collections to contemporary works looking towards the future.

River in the City

For any city, the river represents a dynamic city-forming element

Knights at the Devín Castle

The Association of Old Martial Arts and Crafts, oldest such ensemble in Slovakia, wishes to humbly invite Your Highnesses to Devín Castle to see the unseen, to hear the unheard and to experience the unexperienced!


Roman ship in Bratislava

A replica of a Roman river longship of the Lusoria type from the 4th century will sail along the Danube


Roman Games are back

Bratislava’s UNESCO site will be taken back to the famous times of Rome