Art Museums in Bratislava

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Art Museums in Bratislava

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  • Francesca
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates40 contributions
    I got a taxi there and a bus back, visiting this gallery that's next to Hungary and the bus ride skirts the Austrian border. The gallery itself is fascinating, as it's the park, and I loved stopping, sitting and watching the Danube. There's a cafe where you're completely ignored until you have a hissy fit but the coffee was nice (didn't try the cakes which looked superb).
    Written 13 September 2022
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  • Francesca
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates40 contributions
    Lots of floors of beautiful and fascinating art covering a wide range of eras, very calm and uplifting atmosphere, great coffee shop with books to read. Chill. Loved it.
    Written 13 September 2022
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  • Kat
    Banbury, UK71 contributions
    The exhibitions are e quite small, featuring various Slovak artists, but it gives you a good flavour of Slovak art movements and the write up and presentation is great. There's a really nice library as well and professor hamster is brilliant - originally designed as a tool to help teach kids about art history and get them engaging, it's also terribly entertaining for adults as well.
    Written 3 September 2019
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  • Flore
    Arad, Romania1,650 contributions
    I recommend that you take a ticket that costs 6 euros and that provides access to this building and to Palffy Palace. If you want to see only Mirbach Palace - 4 euros. However, they are among the cheapest access tickets to museums in Europe. The permanent exhibitions are on the first floor and are dedicated to the Baroque style. Everything is clean, well maintained and creates a pleasant atmosphere
    Written 11 September 2019
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  • D1spm
    Redditch, UK1,492 contributions
    Nice to look at for a few minutes it now forms the entrance to two bars (both are good) very detailed and in-keeping with the local architecture
    Written 13 July 2019
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  • Gunda D
    Oslo, Norway46 contributions
    This was a surprisingly nice and peaceful museum presenting the best of Eastern European optical art. Lots of great pictures, still possible to go through in an hour. Recommended! The youngsters also liked a lot, their kind of art.
    Written 24 March 2016
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