Slovenian Museum of Natural History

  Prešernova 20      +386 (0)1 241 09 40     more than a year ago

Attached to Ljubljana’s National Museum, the Slovenian Natural History Museum isn’t the best in the world by a long way but it does offer an assortment of oddities to beat the rainy blues away or to simply keep the children amused for a while. Among the many peculiar displays of shells, rocks and an almost complete set of mammoth bones, the human fish is perhaps the museum’s strangest display. Known so for its pinky human flesh appearance, the little Proteus Anguinus is a blind amphibian found exclusively in a relatively small area including parts of Slovenia, Italy, Croatia and Herzegovina. The gift shop features a handful of fun things for the kids including small build-your-own dinosaur kits.





Open 10:00-18:00, Thu 10:00-20:00.

Price/Additional Info

Admission €2.5-3, combined admission with National Museum of Slovenia €3-5.


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