Museum Of Clocks - House Of The Good ShepherdCurrently Closed
- Address: Zidovska 4716/3, 811 01 Bratislava-Stare Mesto, Slovakia n m
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +421-254411940
- Ticket Price: 2 EUR
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Walking Area, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Specialty Museums
Still well preserved since constructed in the 1760’s, the building which accommodates the Museum of Clocks is as much a history lesson as the museum itself!
See the grandeur and intricate design of antique clocks dating from 17th to 19th century. The mobile sun-dials are a tourist favorite while other clocks which embrace new technology (wrist watch, alarm clocks among others), complete the museums’ exquisite collection.
A walk here is literally a walk in Bratislava’s historic times!
- Adults: Euros 2.30
- Reduced (Children, Students, Pensioners): Euros 1.50
- School Groups: Euros 1.30 per person, at least ten children
- Family Ticket: Euros 4.60 children under 14 years
- By Bus: At Bratislava Novy Most
- By Light Rail: At Novy most
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This museum is super cool, but not for everybody. It isn't very big - just 3 floors of a very narrow house, with just one small room on each floor - so it doesn't take very long to go through. If you're interested in clocks or mechanisms, it's worth visiting. The ladies working there were very nice.
A real Slovakian curiosity of a museum - a three-storey house with vertiginous steps, exhibiting various timekeeping instruments from the last 300 years or so. One for keen horologists only in terms of the exhibits, but the overall experience (even if you'll only be there 10 minutes) makes it worthwhile. €2.50 to enter at the time of writing - almost worth it solely to see and hear an old cassette tape recorder playing a recording of an ornamental clock chiming.
Hmm. I think you really need to like clocks. Just a collection of old clocks. Mildly interesting. Probably not really worth the €2.5.
Small museum in the beautiful building. If you like clocks it might like the exhibition.
Good place. Very small and hidden place. Not many domestic people know about it too.