Museum of Slovak village

Múzeum slovenskej dediny
Múzeum slovenskej dediny

Museum of the Slovak village is the largest ethnographic exhibition in the nature in Slovakia. Exposure of this museum gives a picture of a traditional way of life and living people in the areas of northwest Slovakia at the time of the second half 19th Century and the first half of the 20th century. In the area of the museum is now more than 130 objects of habitable, economic and technical community with sacral character are situated.

Opening hours:

  • May - June: daily except Monday from 9.00 to 18.00, last entrance with guide at 16.30, without guide at 17.30
  • July - August: daily od 9.00 do 18.00, from 9.00 to 18.00, last entrance with guide at 16.30, without guide at 17.30
  • September - October: daily except Monday from 9.00 to 17.00, last entrance with guide at 15.30, without guide at 16.30
  • November - April: daily except Monday and Saturday from 10.00 to 14.30, last entrance with guide at 13.00, without guide at 14.00

Pricelist:

  • 2,00 Eur - adults
  • 1,00 Eur - children (0 - 6y.), students, retirees
  • 5,00 Eur - family admission (adults and at least 1 child under 15 years)

Admission for events: 

  • 2,50 Eur - adults
  • 1,50 Eur - children (0 - 6y.), students, retirees
  • 6,50 Eur - family admission (adults and at least 1 child under 15 years)
  • 1,50 Eur - amateur photography, 3,00 Eur amateur video

Adress

Malá hora 2 , Martin , 03680

Contact details

 
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