Bratislava City Museum (Muzeum Mesta Bratislavy), Bratislava

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Explore the history of Slovakia's capital city at Bratislava City Museum (Muzeum Mesta Bratislavy), a multi-part collection displaying different aspects of the development of the town and its people. The main part of the museum is housed in the town hall and deals with the city's history from prehistoric times to the 20th century, but you can also visit its seven other annexes. Head to the other branches to view a wide variety of exhibits on clocks, weapons, artwork, and personal effects of famous Slovakian figures, including the composer Johann Hummel and poet Janko Jesensky. Be sure to check the museum's website for information on current exhibits. Make Bratislava City Museum (Muzeum Mesta Bratislavy) a part of your Bratislava vacation plans using our Bratislava trip planner.
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  • Nice museum to see and read about the city's history and view artifacts. Interesting exhibits. Climbing to the top of the tower is worth it, although be mindful of the twisting stone and wooden...  more »
  • it is an old museum inside the old city. the outside you find a courtyard. they have a tower inside the building and you need to pay for entrance.  more »
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  • The whole museum is very nice for everyone to look at. They took the time to compile an ice hockey area to show Slovakia’s ice hockey history. Very nice and complete statistics and information. The museum then has some English information but not all. The underground dungeons are probably not child friendly unless they want to learn about stuff like that. Lots of torture machines and the such... The tower is a nice walk up around 4-5 stories up narrow stairwells by worth the trek up to see the view.
  • Eye-catching collection but no descriptions nor explanations in English. The ladies were nice even though they didn't speak English, but were a little over emphatic when pointing the next step of the exhibitions. Worth it of you have the Bratislava card.
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