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The Museum of Education and Pedagogy is a nationally specialized facility, the only one of its kind in the…

This palace was built in the middle of the 19th century by Count Jan Pálffy, who was then Bratislava’s highest official.

The Natural Science Museum, focuses on the research, documentation and presentation of the natural environment, in particular within…
Exhibition about the life and work of Bratislava-born and composer Johan N. Hummel (1778 – 1837) is located in…
The A4 – Space for Contemporary Culture is a multi-functional non-commercial center in the center of Bratislava oriented towards…
Slovak Gas Museum maps the history, as well as current situation of the Slovak gas industry. The museum is…
Viktoria’s Gallery is a modern and contemporary art gallery located in the center of Bratislava. Founders, Emilien Grivel,…

This palace was built for the main administrator of imperial property on the king’s estate, Leopold de Pauli, in 1775-1776.

Only three cities in Europe – Bratislava, Amsterdam and Budapest – can boast that they have museums with a similar focus. The Museum of Trade in Bratislava, Slovakia, is one of the youngest.

20% discount with Bratislava Card* The museum focuses on the collection, registration, restoration, maintenance, presentation, and publication of archeological…
Museum of Photography is located right in the historical centre of Bratislava in the building of Central European…
The Ján Cikker Museum was established in 2004 through the decision of the Ján Cikker Foundation, which is the…

The rococo Mirbach Palace was built in 1768-1770 by Bratislava brewer Michael Spech.

The concept of the exposition held in the Old Town Hall concentrates on presentation of the history of the peoples of Bratislava and the influence of the historical events.

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