Dear visitors!

Due to the renovation of the permanent exhibition Slovenians in the XX Century, the rooms dedicated to the period 1945-1990 are closed. We are sincerely grateful for your understanding and patience,

Yours sincerely, the team of National Museum of Contemporary History

Info

Musem of Contemporary History
Celovška cesta 23
p.p. 6049

1000 Ljubljana Slovenija

E uprava@muzej-nz.si
T +386 (0)1 300 96 10 – centrala
T +386 (0)1 300 96 11 F +386 (0)1 433 82 44

manager:
phd. Kaja Širok

Opening Hours & Admission Prices

The new adjusted prices are valid during the renovation of the permanent exhibition Slovenians in the XX Cetury.

Opening Hours:  We are open from Tuesday to Sunday, 10am – 6pm (excluding public holidays, with the exception of February 8, the Slovenian Cultural Holiday).

Free First Sundays:  Every first Sunday of the month, admission is free for all visitors,

Types of Tickets Price
Adults 2,5€
School children, high school students, students, pensioners, groups of 10 or more people, Hostelling International card holders 1,5€
Families 4,5€
EJ!KARTICA European Youth Card holders 1,25€
Members of the Union of Veterans of the War for Slovenia 1,75€
Urbana Tourist Card 2,10€
Ljubljana Tourist Card (Žiga Zois Foundation) 2,80€
Andragogical and Pedagogical Programme – workshops for preschool groups 1,00€
Andragogical and Pedagogical Programme – workshops for school groups 2,5€

Free admission for preschool children, unemployed, people with disabilities, persons accompanying groups and those who present one of the following membership cards:
ICOM, ICOMOS, SMD, PRESS, AICA, ISIC, MISSS Institute – Youth Information and Counselling Centre of Slovenia

How to Find Us?

The National Museum of Contemporary History is housed in the Cekin Mansion, in Tivoli Park, in the centre of Ljubljana. You can get there on foot, by car, by bus or by bike (you can rent a city bike). If you choose the first or the last option, follow the streets that lead from the city centre to the park. The avenue of trees will lead you past the fountains and playgrounds to the open doors of the Cekin Mansion – a baroque mansion which is home to the National Museum of Contemporary History.

If you go by car, you can park in the Tivoli car park (Tivoli I or Tivoli II), which can be accessed from Celovška road (Celovška cesta). The Tivoli Hall (Hala Tivoli) and the National Museum of Contemporary History are just a few steps away. If you decide to use public transport, the city buses numbers 1, 3, 5, 7, 8 and 25 will take you to the Tivoli bus stop. From here, simply head towards the park. After about 100 metres, you will arrive at the Cekin Mansion. The museum is 1.5 km away from the main bus station and railway station in Ljubljana.

 

Musem of Contemporary History

Whichever route you choose, we are certainly looking forward to your visit!

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