The National Museum of Contemporary History in Ljubljana presents a turbulent 20th century, in which Slovenians have changed several countries and state systems, survived the two World Wars, have been a part of the technological revolution, and have, in the last war for independence, won themselves an independent state. The period of World War I is presented in the exhibition “1914–1918”. The exhibition is housed in the baroque Cekin Mansion in the shelter of Tivoli Park. A journey through the previous century to the present day awaits you!
The National Museum of Contemporary History of Slovenia is located next to Tivoli Hall (Slovene: Hala Tivoli) in Tivoli Park. Access to the parking area under Tivoli Hall is possible from the Celovška cesta Street.