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The museum presents collection items from the railway sector in Slovakia in exhibitions mainly involving operational as well as…

Schaubmarov mlyn v Pezinku na západnom Slovensku je považovaný za najväčší potočný mlyn na Slovensku a za jeden z najväčších mlynov svojho druhu v Európe.

This neo-classical palace, formerly owned by Count Franz Zichy.

The Arachaeological Museum is a branch with national influence and specializes in collecting, recording, restoring, preserving , presenting…
The Museum of Viticulture is located on the ground floor and basement of Apponyi House. The museum traces the…
The museum is in the early stage of its existence and is based on the voluntary work of professionals.…

You are invited to visit a Hutterite house dating from 1717 where you will learn a lot from the history of the Hutterites– a Protestant sect originating from Switzerland.

The history of the Old Town Hall dates back to the beginnings of the mediaeval town in the 13th century.

The Museum of Arms includes displays on the history of Bratislava’s fortifications, various types of bladed weapons, tournament arms, and the development of firearms.

The museum is housed in Apponyi House. The first floor with original wooden wall-paneling and paintings is furnished as…

Center of folk art

The Theater Museum Institute collects, processes and provides for museum collections recording theater culture in Slovakia from the very…

The Primatial Palace (1778-1781) was built on property originally belonging to the archbishop of Esztergom. The facade of the palace is in strictly classical style.

This museum is housed in a former pharmacy, known as ‘At the Red Crayfish’, which still contains many…
The Museum of Pharmacy is housed in a part of a former pharmacy called the Red Crayfish on the…
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