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- Cute church, interesting style. I'm glad we didn't force ourselves to get up at 6am to see the inside, since during it's non-working hours, you can still go in through first doors and see the inside through the glassed second doorsWritten 5 December 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Great museum with a very interesting permanent exhibition. Parts of the walls are glass, so you can see the river from inside the building. Both indoors and outdoors exhibitions are lovely. Easy parking, very nice cafe. When sunny, enjoy a coffee break outside. You should spend at least one and a half hour to see the whole exhibition.Written 5 December 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Lovely gallery! It was well worth the time spent exploring the gallery. Complimentary Coffee was great too!Written 4 October 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This was the coronation church of the Hungarian empire from 1563 to 1830. Queen Maria Theresa was crowned here. The church and was rebuilt in the 18th century with a Baroque appearance. It has the remains of St John the Merciful from 620.Written 4 May 2023
- We ended up here by accident after a walk along the waterfront. We ended our walk with a late breakfast at McDonalds, later realizing that we were in this mall.
Really like the idea of the circus theme statues scattered about the property, with the window-ceiling that is akin to a circus dome. Happening upon each statue is like an Easter Egg hunt. Look in every direction!
I can see from the photos of other TA entries that there are a lot of other statues I did not see, including outside.
Otherwise, this is a nice, slick mall that is surprisingly large, within walking distance of the tourist areas, and a lot of shopping options.Written 21 October 2023
- This is quite a nice museum with good art and offering a historical perspective of the city of Bratislava.Written 25 October 2023
- Lovely and cozy place. Full of sleeping cats. Staff is worm and making good coffee. Nice place to spent cold evening here.Written 23 November 2023
- It is so lovely, as an American, to see such an incredibly beautiful building with the name "Philharmonic" on the top. How lucky Bratislava is to have such a beautiful place.Written 19 January 2023
- Surprisingly it was bigger than expected and really interesting. Alot of Slovakian and Czech cars, motorcycles and there are trains plus there is a little boat model museum. There is nicely translated into English. I definitely recommend.Written 12 July 2023
- I recently visited Bratislava's Mirror and Illusion Museum, and it was truly captivating. This small museum is a hidden treasure, offering a mind-bending journey through optical wonders, endless reflections, and interactive illusions. The hands-on exhibits were both fun and educational, making it a must-visit for anyone looking to experience a world where reality and imagination collide.Written 14 September 2023
- The Slovak National Theatre looks really nice in the middle of the city. You can find very similar buildings in Hungary (Budapest, Szeged, etc.) also facilitating theatres.Written 7 June 2022
- Really interesting building and collection. Firstly the building itself is an attractive powder-pink. It is topped by 150kg cast iron cardinal's hat. The rooms whilst not extensive are attractive. Historical it is important for the signing of the 'Peace of Pressburg' in 1805 after the Austrian defeat to Napoleon at Austerlitz. For history buffs it is interesting to think of Talleyrand working in these rooms to create the treaty.
Regarding the contents, the most notable are six tapestries made in 1628 to 1630 in Mortlake near London.
My only criticism would be that the pictures and furniture should have explanation plaques in English- sorry sounds nationalistic but it seems most tourists here understand English.Written 21 September 2023
- I had been watching here one game during the season 2021/2022 and loved this place and the game itself.Written 14 November 2021
- 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
- The visit is on three stairs. Many clocks to see from the 17th tilleul 19th century. It is open from 11 AM till 6pm on sunday. The house is very old and narrow on the way to the castle. the entrance is 2,5 €. Quite Nice museum. The entrance is on the left side.Written 30 September 2018