How well do you know the rich history of Slovenian capital? Pile-dwellers, Emona, Middle and New Ages, the 20th and 21st centuries… what is the ...
In the Middle Ages, knights mostly belonged to the gentry. They served their feudal lord and in return for payment (or land) did military service and performed other tasks as well.
On Saturday 2 September 2017, the Italian archaeologist Sara Zanni will begin her journey from Aquileia to Belgrade by following the ancient Roman path. Three days later, on Tuesday 5 September, she will be joined by Dr. Bernarda Županek, curator of Classical Antiquities at the MGML, and her co-workers from MGML. Together we will hike from Logatec to Ljubljana or, as it was called during Roman times, Emona.
City Museum of Ljubljana is among the recipients of the 2017 Experts' Choice Award from TripExpert. The Award reflects the views of journalists and professional travel writers and is bestowed on only the best attractions around the world. Museum was aslo recognised as Best of Ljubljana InYourPocket Winner, voted by locals.
City Museum of Ljubljana
Since its foundation in 1935, the City Museum of Ljubljana has been housed by the Auersperg Palace. The museum conserves tens of thousands museum treasures, among which the world's oldest wooden wheel with an axle is the most prominent. Among the museum's more noticeable projects in the last few years were the exhibitions WHEEL 5200, WATER, Emona: a City of the Empire, A New Age is Coming! Industry – Labour – Capital, and Medieval Ljubljana.
With the merger of the City Museum of Ljubljana and the City Art Gallery of Ljubljana in 2009 into the Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana, the city's largest cultural institution, the museum became part of the living and current museum-gallery offering. At the institution, we maintain genuine contact with our local and foreign visitors, our exhibitions and events serve to popularise collections, and we encourage dialogue between heritage, art, and the challenges of contemporary society.
Mondays, 1 January, 1 November and 25 December: Closed
Adults: 6 € / Reduced: 4 €
Family ticket: 12 €
ICOM, PRESS; SMD: Free entry