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MUSEM OF THE CITY HISTORY - OLD TOWN HALL

Museum of the City History- Old Town Hall
Primaciálne námestie 3
Bratislava
+421 2 591 008 47
 

 
 

MUESUM OF THE CITY HISTORY - OLD TOWN HALL

Open: daily except for Monday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Saturday – Sunday 11a.m. – 6 p.m.

Last visit:

Tuesday - Friday  4:30 p. m.

Saturday - Sunday  5:30 p. m.

Admission:

  • full entrance fee:  5 €   
  • reduced entrance fee (children 6-14, students, pensioners):  2,50   
  • family ticket (two adults and children under 14 years):  10 €
  • school groups:  1,50 €  per person, at least ten children
  • Bratislava.Card: 0 €

Exhibition (ticket only for the exhibition in the Old Town Hall): 1 €  


Notice: advantageous combined ticket!

Circuit of the Old Town Hall (Museum of the City History) and the Apponyi House

(Museum of Viticulture and Period Rooms Museum)

tickets sold only till 3. p. m.

  • full entrance fee: 6 €
  • reduced entrance fee (children 6-14, students, seniors): 3 €
  • family ticket (two adults and children under 14 years): 12 €
  • Bratislava Card: 0 €

Museum of the City History - Old Town Hall

The concept behind the exhibition of the City History Museum in the Old Town Hall is a presentation of the history of the people living in Bratislava within the context of the events that have shaped their lives from pre-history up to the present day. One event that merits inclusion is the establishment of the Bratislava City Museum. The exhibition is based on artefacts from the museum’s collections which document the periods from the Neolithic era up to the end of the 1930s. The visitor to the Museum can view the significant events in the life of the city on touch screens. An overview of the most important milestones in the modern history of Bratislava is provided in the documentary “People and the City” at the end of the exhibition.
 
Responsible: Beáta Husová
Created / changed: 24.1.2012 / 24.1.2012

Context

Placing: Document folders > Museums
 

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