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Slovenian Alpine Museum

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Slovenian Alpine Museum

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miniyazz wrote a review Oct 2019
7 contributions6 helpful votes
Good value for those interested in mountaineering or caving. Interesting perspective. Worth a detour
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Date of experience: October 2019
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lsw60 wrote a review Aug 2019
91 contributions51 helpful votes
Interactive museum that is interesting even for people whose idea of going into the mountains is taking the cable car to the restaurant at the top (us). Explains many aspects of Slovenian mountaineering. The best part is the VR zip line experience!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Vedran S wrote a review Jun 2019
Ljubljana, Slovenia85 contributions14 helpful votes
Nice overview of alpinism and general mountainering. Nice artefacts and plenty of information. Couple of interesting interacive points. Movie is short enough and very infomative. Many nice photos!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Response from Matjaž P, Guest Relations Manager at Slovenian Alpine Museum
Responded Jun 7, 2019
Thank you for your nice review. Welcome to Mojstrana, welcome to Slovenian Alpine museum.
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SaraDeis wrote a review Oct 2018
Koper, Slovenia140 contributions10 helpful votes
The museum is modern and quite interactive. There are various exhibitions held in the basement. The visit was very interesting and fulfilling. The price for adults is 6€.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Tallul wrote a review Aug 2018
Bridgnorth, United Kingdom44 contributions28 helpful votes
The museum only cost €13 for a family of four so it wasn’t too disappointing when many of the experiments on the lower ground floor were broken or had bits missing. It was a disappointing start but things did get better. The interactive quiz on the top floor did keep the kids engaged and we found out things we wouldn’t have done if we’d just been left to look at the exhibits. They enjoyed completing the tasks to get their postcard with stamps. Definitely worth popping in if you’re passing but wouldn’t recommend going way out of your way.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Response from Matjaž P, Guest Relations Manager at Slovenian Alpine Museum
Responded Aug 17, 2018
Dear Sir or Madam, thank you for your honest opinion. We are sorry for the inconvenience you had at our temporary display "On the Top of the Mountains by the Sky". This display was visited by numerous groups from Slovenia and from neighbour countries. Unfortunatelly some of experiments didn't work at time of your visit. We will replace this part of display in next days. The next theme will be "Female Courage - an exhibition about Slovenian women climbers. We strongly believe, it will be very interesting. We are happy that you enjoyed at our permanent interactive exhibition. Beside that, we offer also VR glasses with views from tops of 30 Slovenian peaks and we offer also "VR winter ascend to Mount Triglav". There is also an adventure room - some kind of escape room, where visitors try not to be caught by a storm (additional payment). Our visitors can visit 80-years old bivouvac (an emergency hut), and listen some stories that happened around bivouvacs. There are also programmes for families and children, and several lectures about mountaineering and alpinism, usually at friday evenings. At museum's front desk we hire sports equipment, like bicycles or via ferrata sets. Our neighbourhood offers a lot of oportunities for cycling and climbing. We trully hope that you come back and give us another opportunity to reach your expectations. Best regards, Matjaz Podlipnik
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