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If you like contemporary art, definitely worth a visit

Very nice collection of contemporary art in a beautiful building and stunning location. The... read more

Reviewed 8 August 2021
koertv233
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Great to see, well accessbible by SpeedBoats.sk

Danubiana is really a special gallery - the greatest in Bratislava. Located on a peninsula of... read more

Reviewed 7 October 2020
Frantisek F
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Reviewed 7 October 2020

Danubiana is really a special gallery - the greatest in Bratislava. Located on a peninsula of Danube, reachable by SpeedBoats.sk, it features astonishing exterior and interior exhibitions. Recommended.

Date of experience: August 2020
1  Thank Frantisek F
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Reviewed 26 September 2020

Very nice gallery in a beautiful environment with absolutely misunderstood and untapped potential.

The gallery is located on the popular Bratislava-Gabcikovo cycle path, in the summer full of cyclists and skaters until dark. Management has been successfully ignoring this fact for years and even taking action against these potential visitors.

I will start with the opening hours, which were already limited from 19:00 to 18:00 at two years ago for incomprehensible reasons. In the summer season, at least 20:00 would be required.

Furthermore, it is the height of the one-time entrance fee, which turns countless random visitors right at the entrance.

There is only one small bicycle stand in the large parking lot in front of the building, absolutely unsuitable for mountain bikes. I don't understand if a sufficient number of proper stands, where the bike can also be locked, is an unmanageable investment.

At the end of the gallery, there is (was) a café with a terrace with free access to the outdoor area of ​​the gallery. They didn't even open it this year. This is complete nonsense, to close the main object for which visitors come here and which they have always looked forward to. Giving visitors the whole area the only opportunity to refresh themselves, the gallery probably does not consider important. The gallery is probably not interested in economics either.

Recommendations for next season:

- Install enough proper bicycle stands / up to the height of the belt, with wide partitions /
- Change the opening hours in the summer season until 20:00
- Open the café and finally allow card payments in it (another nonsense encountered by visitors)
- Allow alternative entry, cyclists and skaters only to the outdoor area and café - free of charge, or for a low entrance fee, in which they will have, for example, 1 coffee or soft drink.

Date of experience: September 2020
Thank Traveler-bask
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Reviewed 2 July 2020 via mobile

At the beginning, nobody understood why gallery was opened on such renote place. But it was a very good choice. Nice views fro gallery and contemplative place make it a right place to see when having a free half day.
Pros:
- very original concept
- interesting exhibitions
- not too overcrowded
Cons:
- as i mentioned, bit far from the downtown

Date of experience: July 2020
1  Thank smallhausen1
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Reviewed 19 June 2020 via mobile

Danubiana blew me away! Very cool place, amazing art and awesome views on Danube. The outside part of the gallery is so serene and peaceful, so try to visit when it is not raining so you can enjoy this part of Danubiana as well. From the art, look for Kiro Urdin’s Planetarium, it is an amazing project (not that there is a big chance you will miss it, as it is the biggest exhibited piece ).

Date of experience: June 2020
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Reviewed 7 June 2020

What a stunning museum! Peaceful, serene, inspirational. You can wonder for a few hours through the inside, the roof and the gardens. It is rare to find a museum or an art expo that simply makes one HAPPY and FEEL GOOD.

What a beautiful place, well curated content, great buiding and gorgeous location. The Meulensteen Art Museum is truly must visit, and a day trip from Vienna is well worth it.

Date of experience: June 2020
2  Thank GFK88
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