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Slovak National Museum (Slovenske narodne muzeum)

Hrad (Bratislava Castle) | Zamocka ul., Bratislava, Slovakia
+421 2/204 831 10
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Natural and Cultural History Museum

Definitely worth the visit...curious pathways lead you through a variety of Slovak culture. We... read more

Reviewed 11 June 2016
Carter T
Lots of exhibits from various periods

The archaeology finds in the region are found here, some extremely ancient, many from the Roman... read more

Reviewed 4 June 2016
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11 Jun 2016
“Natural and Cultural History Museum”
3 Jun 2016
“Lots of exhibits from various periods”
Hrad (Bratislava Castle) | Zamocka ul., Bratislava, Slovakia
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+421 2/204 831 10
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Reviewed 11 June 2016

Definitely worth the visit...curious pathways lead you through a variety of Slovak culture. We spent a few hours viewing the interesting displays. Took some fun pictures with life-size animal replicas of a giraffe and mastodon. Wall of skulls, architecture floor, and historical weapons were just...More

1  Thank Carter T
Reviewed 4 June 2016

The archaeology finds in the region are found here, some extremely ancient, many from the Roman period, some from the medieval period. There are coins, pots, weapons and jewellery, all thoughtfully and clearly displayed with good commentary. There are also temporary exhibits; the current one...More

Thank Louise090
Reviewed 26 February 2016 via mobile

Old museum in Bratislava. Natural museum, 3 floor, we spending there 3 hours. Near Danube river. Great program in Bratislava.

1  Thank Hungaria22
Reviewed 11 October 2015

We spent about an hour to tour 3 floors of this museum. Most of it was animals, birds, shells, etc. displayed in the style of the 1950s or 60s, large glass display cases with difficult to read labels. There were English translations of many things...More

1  Thank fsdukejr
Reviewed 15 September 2015 via mobile

Standard tour take around 3 hours. Standing exposition is oriented to Slovak nature from prehistoric to existing times and for evolution process. Very interesting are short-term exposition, focused on actual open themes in Slovakia (not related with Nature, f.e.: posters from Slovakia around 1930, biography...More

Thank mzsz
Reviewed 24 July 2015

It is situated in the Bratislava castle & is a branch of the Slovak national museum while the other one is located along the river Danube in a separate building.This museum shows the developments of the Slovak society from the middle ages to the present...More

Reviewed 27 April 2015

Beautiful art exhibit of Slovak painter Ivan Pavle. http://www.ivanpavle.sk/omne_en.html Well worth visiting. Love the historic feel of this building - and the very traditional and somewhat "old-fashioned" museum staff seated in each of the rooms. I asked one of them which painting she preferred "najlepsie"...More

Thank Minfultraveller
Reviewed 17 September 2014

The location of this place is very good, it is very close to the new shopping area Eurovea- it is a nice easy stroll alongside the river. There is not a single advert for the museum in the shopping area! The building it quite interesting,...More

1  Thank MarcelaPomphrey
Reviewed 7 August 2014

Museum is bit old fashioned but always with some interesting exhibitions. During the summer season the air-condition is really missing. We visited it with a 6 years old daughter who became scared of mammoth who suddenly appeared from behind the corner or by perfectly lightened...More

1  Thank smallhausen1
Reviewed 5 February 2014

The museum per se have not very especial pieces ,but I really interested on pieces about secret police instruments in communism era.

1  Thank BijanTehran_Iran
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