The Rococo-style “House of the Good Shepherd” is one of the few buildings in the area below BratislavaCastle surviving in its original state from earlier times. It was built in 1760 – 1765. The lower part was used for commercial and production purposes, the upper parts were a living area. A false window has been retained in the façade of the house; the moulded statue of the good shepherd in the niche under the baldachin is not original. The house is a small treasure of Central European burgher architecture.
Open: dailyexcept for Monday
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.,
Saturday, Sunday 11a.m. – 6 p.m.
Adults: 2,50 € School groups: 1,50 € per person, at least ten children
Reduced (children, students, pensioners): 1,50 €
Family ticket: 5 € children under 14 years
Bratislava card: 0 €
The exhibition of antique clocks documents the history of clockmaking from the end of the 17th to the end of the 19th centuries. There is a unique set of mobile sun-dials from the 17th -18th centuries, various types of portable and wall clocks, alarm clocks and some examples of wrist watches. Most of the exhibits are signed by Bratislava master clockmakers.