Museum Of Clocks - House Of The Good Shepherd, Bratislava
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Address: Zidovska 4716/3, 811 01 Bratislava-Stare Mesto, Slovakia n m
Ticket Price: 2 EUR
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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About Museum Of Clocks - House Of The Good Shepherd, Bratislava
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!
Museum Of Clocks - House Of The Good Shepherd Ticket Prices
- 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
How To reach Museum Of Clocks - House Of The Good Shepherd by Public Transport
- By Bus: At Bratislava Novy Most
- By Light Rail: At Novy most
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Museum Of Clocks - House Of The Good Shepherd, Bratislava Reviews
Good place. Very small and hidden place. Not many domestic people know about it too.
I recommended to visit when you will have enought time and already have seen everything in Bratislava.
I just love House of the Good Shepherd, probably my favourite building in the Old Town. I can't comment much on the museum artefacts, clocks are not my expertise but it's worth seeing anyway. Just take care when coming down the steps, as they're very narrow!
For specialist and beginners on the subject. Not expensive
If you are watch lover you must visit this museum