Slovenske Technicke Muzeum - Muzeum DopravyCurrently Closed
Occupying a railway station and its adjacent warehouse, the Muzeum Dopravy showcases a rare collection of vehicles used from the 60’s, 70’s to the 20th century.
The exhibition includes bicycles, motorbikes, vintage cars and also a wide variety of the technology used like; steam, diesel and electric-based vehicles. A part of the museum is dedicated solely to railway security, signaling and maintenance which forms the star attraction here.
If you love cars, bikes or simply want to see the transport history of the region, a visit here will be well worth your time.
- Adults: Euros 3.30
- Family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children accompanying them): Euros 8
- Children over 6 years, Students (after the demonstration license or index), Pensioners, Card holders, Cardholder ASA (Autoklub Slovakia Assistance) with valid card: Euros 1.50:
- Children under 6 years, Persons over 70 years with valid documents, mentioning the date of birth, Employees of the Ministry of Culture with valid identity cards for employees Ministry of Culture, Disabled persons with valid ID card : FREE admission
- Photo: Euro 1
- Video: Euros 2
- Free admission on the first Sunday of every month.
- By Bus: At SAV
- By Light Rail: At Kooperativa
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7.64% of people who visit Bratislava include Slovenske Technicke Muzeum - Muzeum Dopravy in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
50% of people start their Slovenske Technicke Muzeum - Muzeum Dopravy visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Slovenske Technicke Muzeum - Muzeum Dopravy
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Slovenske Technicke Muzeum - Muzeum Dopravy
Absolutely brilliant! The place is for all ages. My 9 year old had a blast! Its not a big museum but filled with so much history, from cars to trains to motorcycles and bicycles. There is an area outdoors where you can see the different type of trains and see how they were built. There are some clothing references from back in the days even reconstructions of rooms. There is no touchy feely side for the kids to play around but I'm sure they will be more than excited about the visit as there is something for everyone here.
Worth a visit. Some very interesting vehicles. Including some trains. Cars from a wide range of periods
I think the museum worth visiting. Its quite small, but still can offer you a nice exhibition of old cars, trains outside, some of which you can enter. Also other interesting pieces of transport history.
Very interesting and we'll laud out
If you're interested in old automobiles and history of transport, it's a must ☺️