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20.12.2016Museum closed - Christmas days - Silvester - New Year´s Day [PDF, 276 kB]
Beáta Husová
28.10.2016Museums closed / 1. 11. 2016
Museums closed / 1. 11. 2016
All Saints´ Day 1 November
Beáta Husová
27.6.2016NATIONAL CULTURAL MONUMENT DEVIN CASTLE - PUBLIC ACC ESS TO THE UPPER CASTLE [PDF, 198 kB]
Beáta Husová
22.9.2015Virtual Museums
Beáta Husová
3.9.2015Janko Jesenský Museum closed due to technical reasons
Janko Jesenský Museum closed due to technical reasons.
Beáta Husová
3.9.2015Janko Jesenský Museum closed due to technical reasons
Janko Jesenský Museum closed due to technical reasons.
Beáta Husová
17.4.2015Museums closed: May 1 2015 and May 8 2015
Legal Holidays – Museums closed:
International Workers’ Day May1 2015
Day of victory over fascism May 8 2015
Not valid for the National Cultural Monument Devín Castle.
Devín Castle:
May 1 2015 - open
May 8 2015 - open
Beáta Husová
13.4.2015The Bratislava City Museum digitizes its collections
From March 24 till April 24 2015 a greater part of the exhibition of the Museum of City History in the Old Town Hall will be closed. The Bratislava City Museum digitizes its collections. Reduced admission: 2€.
Beáta Husová
21.7.2008Periods in the history of BCM / MMBBeáta Husová
6.5.2008The Apponyi House
The cellars and the ground-floor of the newly reconstructed premises of Apponyi Palace house the Museum of Viticulture. It documents the history of viticulture, vine growing, grape harvesting and processing in the territory of Bratislava from antiquity up to the 20th century.
The other floors accommodate the Period Rooms Museum. The first floor is arranged as a grand piano nobile evoking an aristocratic interior of the end of the 18th century. Some examples of furniture in the interior of a town house at the end of the 18th and the end of the 19th centuries are displayed on the second floor.
Beáta Husová
18.7.2008The Bratislava City Museum
Keeping the city’s history for one hundred and forty years
Beáta Husová

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