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Technical Museum of Slovenia

Bistra 6 | Borovnica, Ljubljana 1353, Slovenia
+386 1 750 66 70
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Spring edition

Technical museum is opened again with fresh permanent and some temporary exhibitions. Interesting... read more

Reviewed 2 April 2017
Miha P
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Maribor, Slovenia
Technical Museum

It is very nice museum in a wonderful environment. But this museum is NOT in Ljubljana , but about... read more

Reviewed 6 January 2017
ismabera
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Ljubljana, Slovenia
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A place where technical heritage and nature tell many great stories…Behind the gates of a former Carthusian monastery you can find Slovenia’s largest museum – The Technical Museum of Slovenia. It is located in the most beautiful natural surroundings on the outskirts of Ljubljana. Several collections can be seen in the museum: from forestry, woodworking, hunting, fishing and agricultural departments, to textiles, printing, traffic and electrical engineering. The attention of most visitors is drawn towards the water-driven elements -the flour mill, blacksmith’s workshop, fulling mill and veneer sawmill. Road vehicle fans won’t be disappointed either. They can admire the oldest surviving car from Slovenia or enjoy the sight of the limousines that once belonged to President Tito, Premier of former Yugoslavia. Apart from the guided tour in Slovene, English, Italian and German languages through the museum collections, visitors can also attend several workshops and demonstrations, through which they can truly experience the technical spirit of the past. With prior arrangement, we can organize workshops and demonstrations for groups outside of our schedule. In addition to the permanent collection, you can also visit some temporary exhibitions. Museum’s opening hours:Tuesday - Friday: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. (July and August: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.) Saturdays: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.Sundays and holidays: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.Mondays: closed.From 4th December until 1 March the museum is closed for visitors (except for groups announced in advance) due to unheated rooms.
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  • Very good29%
  • Average8%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible0%
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Bistra 6 | Borovnica, Ljubljana 1353, Slovenia
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Reviewed 2 April 2017

Technical museum is opened again with fresh permanent and some temporary exhibitions. Interesting presentation is dedicated to Elan factory, mainly known with skis of all kinds. Rich permanent collection starts and ends with cars of all kinds. Farmers can admire tractors. You can join workers...More

Thank Miha P
Reviewed 6 January 2017

It is very nice museum in a wonderful environment. But this museum is NOT in Ljubljana , but about 20 kilometers to the south

1  Thank ismabera
Reviewed 19 December 2016

Bistra was an old Carthusian monastery with Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque buildings. Architecture and gardens near the sources of Ljubljanica are preserved. They need some repair and fresh paint but general impression is romantic. You will have opportunity to look at different collections, from sewing...More

1  Thank Miha P
Reviewed 17 September 2016 via mobile

It was a rainy day, so we planned this visit, arriving at 11am thinking we would be there maybe 3 hours according to other reviews. We were one of the last to leave at 5pm, and still missed the last part of the exhibition. We...More

1  Thank kht1468
Reviewed 13 September 2016

Very interesting tecnical museum with many diferent departments.:Wood, forest,different saws, animals, electricity( Tesla exams), sound, farm engines, oldtimers cars, president Titos cars,old bycicles, motors, textile, printing, mills.... Every year something new or changed. Musueum is in the castle BIstra sorounded with beautifull park an small...More

1  Thank meta r
Reviewed 2 July 2016 via mobile

The museum is very interesting but we had time restrictions and filled up 2 hours easily Well worth the visit BUT...across the road is the guesthouse!! We were on Day 15 of the Europe Peace Walk (400 km in total) and had walked 9 km...More

Thank Bill M
Reviewed 10 June 2016 via mobile

This museum doesn't get a very high rating on Ljubljana Interesting Places but it's not in Ljubljana so if one did not have a car, it would be more challenging to get to. There's a very reasonable admission charge. Then one starts (and finishes) in...More

2  Thank Feenixwest
Reviewed 23 April 2016

The Cartusian monastery offers beautiful settings to one of the most interesting exhibitions in Slovenia. Foundec in 1220, houses Tito's private car collection and Tomos, Slovenian motorbike maker complete collection of motorcycles. Amongst other things.

1  Thank Apar L
Reviewed 12 March 2016

Lovely setting and lots to see plus a nice restaurant opposite the entrance. Much used for weddings which provides some entetainment on Saturdays in summer

Thank lizo2121
Reviewed 13 January 2016

interesting museum in an old convent. I loved the castle like building and park even more! Nice place to spend some time in the nature. There is also a trail going to the woods just near the historical building. Watc out for stron springs, which...More

1  Thank izi f
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