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Technical Museum of Slovenia, Ljubljana

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Occupying the buildings and grounds of a former monastery, Technical Museum of Slovenia boasts a collection of luxury cars once used by Tito, president of former Yugoslavia for nearly four decades. Hugely appealing to car lovers, the museum also features many exhibits dedicated to hunting, fishing, woodworking, forestry, and electrical engineering. Some of the most popular areas include a recreation of a blacksmiths shop, flour mill, and a sawmill. Guided tours in several languages (including English) bring the science and technology behind the exhibits closer to the visitors. Those interested in a more immersive experience can join a demonstration or workshop on a range of technological subjects. For travelers who use our international travel planner, Ljubljana holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Technical Museum of Slovenia and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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Technical Museum of Slovenia reviews

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  • Visited with my family yesterday for the first time since my first visit as a child. I forgot how cool this place is. The museum is set in castle quarters, very detailed and very interesting... 
    Visited with my family yesterday for the first time since my first visit as a child. I forgot how cool this place is. The museum is set in castle quarters, very detailed and very interesting...  more »
  • The main attraction here is a collection of limousines that once belonged to Yugoslavia's leader Josip Broz Tito. After you buy your ticket, you'll see one room of historical cars from Slovenia... 
    The main attraction here is a collection of limousines that once belonged to Yugoslavia's leader Josip Broz Tito. After you buy your ticket, you'll see one room of historical cars from Slovenia...  more »
  • Former monastery shelters technical heritage from farming tools to Marechal Tito's cars. There are collections explaining printing, electricity, hunting and fishing ...The venue is popular for... 
    Former monastery shelters technical heritage from farming tools to Marechal Tito's cars. There are collections explaining printing, electricity, hunting and fishing ...The venue is popular for...  more »
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  • Very interesting museum in a wonderful location, and great for learning a piece of Slovenin history! Well organized collection, although some parts are a bit conventional and need to be updated. Overall, a very nice museum which will capture your attention for at least an hour, or more, easily.
  • Georgeus, authentic, precious and massive technical collection of our history collected in beautiful place, surrounded by stunning nature. There are also visual and video effects . You can see old timers, old agricultural machines, bikes, motorcycles, sports accesories, printing presses, medicine stuff, and many other things which makes us speechless. Family Entrance fee 13 euro. Totally worth it. Parking at entrance.
  • Nice and tidy place with lots to do. Oldtimer cars being the main attraction, but the whole place is quite big with very nice castle-like gardens and buildings. Museum covers the whole range of technology from watermills, hunting, woodworking, electricity and many others. We easily spent 3 hours and could do more. In our opinion, 13€ for two adults and a kid is more than reasonable for the whole package. Recommended!
  • Big. Interesting. Well maintained. Most exhibits with local and English notes. Diverse subjects covered. Great value and well worth a visit. Allow at least 2 hours. You could easily spend 3 or 4 hours there if you're really interested in industry and mechanical engineering.
  • One of the best motorized vehicles exhibition I've ever seen, besides other very interesting exhibitions regarding woodcutting, textile and electric nachinery.

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