Ljubljana

Sightseeing

Technical Museum of Slovenia (Tehniški Muzej Slovenije)

It might not be the easiest to get to, but for the technically minded this museum 20km from Ljubljana in Bistra near Vrhnika is worth every step on the journey. The sheer variety of exhibitions on display is astounding; covering the history of printing in Slovenia, agriculture, fishing, hunting, forestry, woodwork, electricity, textiles and of course motor vehicles, there is something for everyone here. A new permanent exhibition focuses on the first century of motoring in the country, containing within the oldest preserved car in Slovenia, dating back to 1906. Sundays see children’s workshops, Tesla’s experiments, as well as demonstrations and much more, allowing children and adults alike the chance to truly feel the technological spirit of the past. The museum has recently renovated its permanent exhibitions, including the one of classic vehicles primarily used by the former Yugoslav President Tito, and another covering the History of the Textile Industry in Slovenia, while an intriguing temporary exhibition titled All About Sound will be on display until 3 Dec 2017.

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Email

info@tms.si

Open

Open 08:00-16:00, Sat 09:00-17:00, Sun 10:00-18:00. Closed Mon.
July, August Tuesday-Friday 10:00-18:00.

Price/Additional Info

Admission €2.40-4.5

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24.02.2013
Robert Bertoz
Australia, Blackmans Bay
I visited a couple of years ago as part of a few days spent in the area that included Predjama, the caves at Postmia and Ljubljana. This museum was a highlight in a fascinating part of the world. Especialy for the technicaly minded, I highly recomend it.
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