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Visiting hours: 10.00–18.00
Celovška cesta 23, 1000 Ljubljana
+386 1 300 96 10
info@muzej-nz.si

In the National Museum of Contemporary History of Slovenia, we present the history and achievements of Slovenians from the beginning of the First World War to the present day. Here you will learn about the recent history of Slovenes and discover their stories.

OPENING HOURS

From Tuesday to Sunday: from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Closed: Mondays and public holidays, except February 8 and June 25.
Entrance to the museum is free on the first Sunday of every month.

ADMISSION

Adults 6 EUR/per person
Families 12 EUR
School children, high school students, students, pensioners 4 EUR/per person
Group ticket 10 or more adults 4 EUR/per person

Special prices

Hostelling International card holders 3 EUR/per person
European Youth Card holders 3 EUR/per person
Members of the Union of Veterans of the War for Slovenia 3 EUR/per person
AMZS Members 4,80 EUR/per person

Free admission

Pre-school children, children from socially disadvantaged families, unemployed, disabled people and their companions, group companions and card holders of the Tourist card "Ljubljana Card", ICOM, ICOMOS, SMD, PRESS, AICA, ISIC, history students and guides with a museum license.

GUIDED TOURS

Guided tours in Slovene

School groups* per person 1 EUR and entrance fee
Adults, groups of 10 or more people per person 2 EUR and entrance fee
Adults, groups from 2 to 9 people per group 25 EUR and entrance fee
Private guide for one person with a curator 55 EUR and entrance fee

Guided tours in foreign language

School groups* per person 1 EUR and entrance fee
Adults, groups of 10 or more people per person 3 EUR and entrance fee
Adults, groups from 2 to 9 people per group 30 EUR and entrance fee
Private guide for one person with a curator 55 EUR and entrance fee

*School groups are groups visiting any form of formal or informal education which includes the Slovene history of the 20th century.

HOW TO GET HERE

Visiting hours: 10.00–18.00
Celovška cesta 23, 1000 Ljubljana
+386 1 300 96 10
info@muzej-nz.si

The museum is located on the outskirts of Tivoli Park, next to Tivoli Hall. You can reach us on foot, by bicycle, city bus, car or city bike.

On foot or by bike

From the city center:

If you have decided to visit on foot or by bicycle, follow the streets that lead you from the city center to Tivoli Park. The avenue of trees will direct you past the water fountains and children's playgrounds to Cekin Castle, where our museum is located next to the Tivoli Hall.

From the main Ljubljana Bus Station and the Ljubljana Railway Station:

The museum is 1.5 km from the main Ljubljana Bus Station and the Ljubljana Railway Station. The route to us leads along Tivolska street and then partially along Celovška cesta, where at Pivovarna Union you turn towards Park Tivoli.

By city bus

City buses with numbers 1, 3, 5, 7, 8 and 25 take you to the Tivoli stop. From here, you continue towards the park and the Tivoli Hall, where you will find our museum.

By car or bus

You can park your car or bus in the public parking lots Tivoli I or Tivoli II and then head towards the museum, which is located next to the Tivoli Hall.

Accessibility

Our premises are accessible to all visitors.

Ramps and lift access

The museum is equipped with ramps and an elevator. The exhibition spaces are accessible to everyone.

Toilet space

The toilet facilities are accessible for people with mobility impairments.

Parking by the museum

With prior notice, we also provide parking next to the museum for visitors who have difficulty accessing the building. Please let us know about your visit in advance at info@muzej-nz.si or call 01 300 96 10.

You might be interested

Guided tours

We offer individual guides, guides for families and groups.

Arhiv razstav

Explore the exhibition with a free audio guide

30 in-depth minutes on history and 29 of the most famous museum objects. You can pick up the audio guide at the ticket office, or you can listen to the recordings via the app on your mobile phone.

Arhiv razstav

FLOOR PLAN

Ground floor

1st floor

FACILITIES

Wi-Fi

Free Wi-Fi connection is available.

We are a dog-friendly museum

Dogs are also welcome in the museum. Furry friends can accompany you when exploring the museum and visiting the exhibitions. Please observe the museum etiquette for dog owners when visiting the museum with your dog.

Read before you visit the museum with your dog >

Parking

Public parking lots Tivoli I and Tivoli II are located near the museum. Parking is free on Saturday.

Wardrobe

The museum offers a cloakroom - hangers and cabinets in which you can store your personal items.

Baby changing facilities

A changing table is available in the toilet area.

Vending machine with drinks and snacks

There is a vending machine with drinks and snacks located near the cloakroom.

Space for bicycles

There is a place in front of the museum where you can leave your bike.

Drinking water

Tap water is drinkable in the museum.

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