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A museum of natural history quite interesting, placed in a majestic building on the Danube’s bank. It has a section dedicated to geology, with some rocks showing quite special, a section, dedicated to dinosaurs, a series of well-made dioramas, fossils, naturalized birds and insects. One...More
4 floors of very different exhibitions- all signage in both Slovakian and English.
As of October 2018:
Entry: €4 for 1 adult.
Ground Floor: Selection of photography of local history by Karol Plicka.
I’m not usually a fan of photography but these images (mainly ranging...More
My most recent visit to the city was in early March when temperatures were an unseasonably cold -6C to -12C. Indoor attractions had therefore moved up my list of priorities!
The natural history museum occupies the 2nd and 3rd floors (counted using the English convention)...More
Wasn't sure what to expect having visited some other Eastern European natural history museums but this was rather good and unexpected given the dour appearance outside. Plenty of information in English and an interesting section on Slovakian music and art.
A small but nicely formed museum, split over two floors. Interesting fossil exhibition and a couple of large models to view. Most signage in English except in the older minerals exhibit. Friendly staff who will point out especially interesting bits. 4 euros well spent!
A very nice museum to visit. It's small, only takes about 90 min to walk through but my boy loved the animals.
For strollers there is a stair to get in and another one to get to the elevator. Also I did not find any...More
I visited the natural history exhibits and was very impressed. This is an old-fashioned museum that lets you see a lot of actual STUFF (including old specimen jars). The interpretation is concerned with information rather than preaching. The arrangement is mainly taxonomic (for instance a...More
I really do not like museums, but my daughter wants to go there than we go. I was surprised how nice and interesting are the exhibitions, the texts are also enjoyable and really love some parts of the museum - the Japan design and the...More