The Transport Museum in Bratislava

The Slovak Technical Museum as
a nationwide museum institution for
the history of science, production and
technology supported the establishment
of the Transport Museum in
Bratislava in 1999. The permanent exposure
is presented by a rare col lection
of historical road and rail
ve hic les, which have been assembled
through the efforts of a group of enthusiasts
for the history of transport
technology. The first exposure was
created in 1999 thanks to three subjects:
The Slovak Technical Museum
Košice, The Slovak Railways and Veteran
Club Bratislava, with the support
of sponsor PPA Controll, a. s.

The Transport Museum is situated
in space of railyard and adjacent
stores of the first steam railway station
in Bratislava from the 19th century.
The railyard where rail vehicles
are presented is the place in the territory
of Slovakia where the first steam train arrived in 1848. The exposures
are situated in former stores, built in the characteristic
industrial style of early 20th century. The Transport Museum is divided
into road traffic and rail traffic exposure.

Tuesday - Sunday 10:00 to 17:00

Adults: € 3.30

Family ticket: EUR 8
entitles entrance to exhibitions and museum exhibitions for 2 adults and up to 3 children in their parade

Discounted entry: € 1.50
children over 6 years, pupils, students, demonstration of an index card or, retirees,
EURO 26 card holders with valid cards
cardholders ASA (Autoklub Slovakia Assistance) with valid cards
other persons on the basis of contracts concluded

Culture Vouchers 2013: 1 input - 1 + Voucher cultural supplement € 0.50

Free Admission: Children under 5 years
Persons over 70 years with valid documents, mentioning the date of birth
Employees of the Ministry of Culture with valid employee ID card Ministry of Culture
Holders of the Union of Museums in Slovakia with valid license
ICOM card holders with valid license
Disabled persons with valid license

Šancová ul. No. 1 / a, 821 01 Bratislava
Type No.: 02/52444163
Fax: 02/52494021
Mobile: 0918 965 697
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