The 1821 Congress of Ljubljana
17. 6. 2021–2. 1. 2022
In 2021, during the Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, the exhibition will associate Ljubljana and Slovenia with their historical and current roles in the European international relations.
Hommage to Ivan Hribar and his daughter dr. Zlatica Hribar
Archaeological park Emona
3. 4. 2021–30. 9. 2021
A special place in Ljubljana's history is reserved for Roman Emona, the traces of which have been preserved in the very centre of the city.Welcome to a trail tracing the 2000-year-old heritage of Emona. A walk through modern Ljubljana can take you further than you think! It takes you to the time of Emona, a city brimming with life between the first century and early sixth century.
The 30th anniversary of the Republic of SloveniaLjubljana during the War for Slovenia in 1991
26. 3. 2021–27. 6. 2021
The exhibition, prepared to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Republic of Slovenia, is a reminiscence of the events in the Slovenian capital at the time.
Robertina Šebjanič: Co_sonic 1884 km2
24. 3. 2021–24. 3. 2021
The audio-visual installation by Robertina Šebjanič, which will be on view on Wednesday, March 24, 2021, between 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. in the Ambrožev trg square park, is the third in a series of projects taking place in the run-up to the opening of Cukrarna.
For art lovers and art collectors!When in Doubt, Go to a Museum
26. 1. 2021–25. 4. 2021
When in Doubt, Go to a Museum is a new exhibition highlighting the important role played by art collectors. It has been put together by a team from the City Museum of Ljubljana, with Tevž Logar as guest curator.
A monument erected by devoted parentsLate Antique gravestone from Gosposvetska Street
21. 12. 2020–12. 4. 2021
From the first third of the 4th century CE to the early part of the 5th, there was a cemetery beneath present-day Gosposvetska Street, to the west of the main northern approach road to the Roman Emona. The cemetery had grown up around a structure that contained a number of graves and that had been built there in the second half of the 3rd century. The oldest of these graves, which are probably early Christian, was of a woman and contained a blue glass bowl.
Just openedBaroque painter Andrej Herrlein (1738–1817)
19. 12. 2020–28. 2. 2021
In the 18th century, in central Slovenia, with Ljubljana as the focal point, Baroque art flourished in all the fields of the arts and crafts. It was particularly strongly expressed in fine art, which was by far the most creative and stylistically distinguishable.
Old Patterns, New Laces
23. 9. 2020–29. 11. 2020
Virtual exhibitionOLD PATTERNS, NEW LACES
23. 9. 2020–19. 12. 2020
Festival INDIGO: Now is Too late
8. 9. 2020–11. 9. 2020
The fifth edition of the Indigo Festival will take place under the title "Now is Too Late" and under the circumstances set by our new reality. Freedom of culture and thought thus now carries that much more weight to prevent us succumbing to the lethargy and powerlessness injected by the current sociopolitical situation.
1 ticket to 11 museums
1. 7. 2020–30. 8. 2020
This is the time to see the treasures of Slovene heritage!
Ivan Cankar Memorial Room
16. 5. 2020–18. 10. 2020
Ivan Cankar, a Slovenian author, playwright and essayist born in 1876 in Vrhnika, spent a few years of his life in Ljubljana. Having returned from Vienna to Ljubljana, he established himself on Rožnik Hill which today forms part of the Tivoli, Rožnik and Šišenski hrib landscape park.
Call for local communitiy. Content mainly in Slovene language.Corona Project
30. 3. 2020–30. 6. 2021
Corona collection project
15. 3. 2020–30. 4. 2020
Na dajavo, brez osebnih srečanj in z veliko željo, da se kmalu spet vidimo, vas v teh nenavadnih časih s spletnimi vsebinami in prošnjami po sodelovanju vabimo, da ostanete v stiku z nami.
The history of the exploration of Emona goes back several centuries and is full of thrills and exciting finds, of things forgotten and rediscovered.The first major excavations of Emona
17. 12. 2019–6. 9. 2020
Major restoration works carried out in Ljubljana over the last two decades, along with the rescue excavations that accompanied them, have again put Emona, our capital’s Roman predecessor, in the spotlight. Once more we have seen that almost everywhere in Ljubljana we have Roman remains beneath our feet.
Vodstva in degustacije vsako polno uro, med 10. in 16. uro.Razstava slovenskih penin
3. 12. 2019–5. 12. 2019
Ste vedeli, da imamo v Sloveniji več kot 200 različnih penin?
A major exhibition about the achievements of the Early Modern Period in LjubljanaBOOK. KNOWLEDGE. REASON.
14. 11. 2019–31. 10. 2020
Our annual exhibition Book. Knowledge. Reason. presents the processes and events that encouraged and fostered the cultural and spiritual development in Ljubljana from the end of the 15th to the beginning of the 19th century – from humanism and Protestantism to the Enlightenment.
From Vatican Museums to the City Museum of LjubljanaPlečnik and the Sacred. Jože Plečnik, Slovenian Architect and Designer
26. 9. 2019–8. 12. 2019
[THE EXHIBITION IS PROLONGED UNTIL 8 DECEMBER 2019] Jože Plečnik was not just a master of monumental architecture; he was also an exceptional designer of sacred objects. After an exceptional response from visitors at Vatican Museums, the exhibition with 33 selected objects of the Plečnik liturgical vessels will be exclusively presented also at the City Museum of Ljubljana as part of the celebration of the European Cultural Heritage days.
(Ne)odkrita arheologija Ljubljane
7. 6. 2019–8. 9. 2019
Archaeological research of Gosposvetska cesta, Slovenska cesta, Prešernova cesta, Erjavčeva cesta, Tribuna, Križanke, Dalmatinova ulica, Vegova ulica (KGBL) and the area of the University of Ljubljana.