Accommodated in the Apponyi Palace, the Period Rooms Museum offers the essence of 18th century in Bratislava. The museum is loved for its true-to-time furnishings, design, layout and is cherished for its old paintings, collection of crockery and royal chandeliers.
The highlights include:
- Clothes dating to the 18th century
- Paintings and Furnishings
- Salon Room
The museum maintains all the original items used by the residents of the palace and is a must-see for its authentic appeal.
Entrance Ticket Details For Period Rooms Museum
- Adults: Euros 4
- Reduced (children, students, pensioners): Euros 2
- Family ticket: Euros 8 for children under 14 years
- School groups: Euros 1.30 per person for at least ten children
- Ticket is inclusive of the ticket price for the Museum of Viticulture.
How to Reach Period Rooms Museum
- By Bus: At Bratislava Novy Most
- By Light Rail: At Jesenskeho
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15.82% of people who visit Bratislava include Period Rooms Museum in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
52.11% of people start their Period Rooms Museum visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Period Rooms Museum
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Period Rooms Museum
Period Rooms Museum Reviews & Ratings
Unexpectedly large and interesting museum. Also allows access to the tower which offers a nice view over the city. Included in Bratislava card.
It was cash only and I was 20 cents short, no atm or advice offered so I didn't get to see the museum. Lovely area though around the fountain etc.
Great building to visit and explore with beautiful architecture and exhibitions within. Close to the primates palace and main square so very easy to do as part of a day looking round. Deserves to be savoured though.
It's a nice viewing point and to just climb the tower the entrance is not much. I forgotten the exact cost. It gives an especially good view to the main square. In the other directions you will be just a bit higher than the other roofs. But that's exactly enough.
Other than the fact that it's an endless labyrinth, for which you need a lot of time to explore, it's an awesome place where you can learn more about Bratislava and Slovakia in general.