National Museum of Contemporary History

Hiking Biking Families Researchers Groups
2 hrs

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!

Text: Muzej novejše zgodovine Slovenije (National Museum of Contemporary History)
Photos: Sašo Kovačič, Muzej novejše zgodovine Slovenije

Access and useful info

Access

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.

Information

Muzej novejše zgodovine Slovenije
(National Museum of Contemporary History)
Celovška cesta 23
SI–1000 Ljubljana
+386 1 300 96 10, +386 1 300 96 11
uprava@muzej-nz.si
www.muzej-nz.si

Hiking Biking Families Researchers Groups
2 hrs

Duration

2 hrs

GPS coordinates

46.059034, 14.495230

Best time of year

January‒December

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