The National Museum of Contemporary History is a state museum dedicated to the heritage of recent Slovenian history, from the beginning of the 20th century onwards. It resides in the Cekin Manor (Cekinov grad), a mid-18th century two-storey pavilion with a refined late Baroque facade, located on the edge of both the Tivoli Park and the city centre. 

The Baroque highlight of this building, on its first floor, is a ceremonial hall beautifully fully adorned by wall paintings and two decorative stoves. The Knights’ Hall is suitable for a variety of events – from lectures and press conferences to presentations and social functions, including seated dinners. A foyer offers additional space for standing receptions or cocktails.

Capacities

  • Conference rooms

    1
  • Surface area

    103
  • Max. seating capacity theatre

    90
  • Banquet

    66
  • Reception

    120

Conference rooms

  • Knights' Hall

    • Max. seating capacity theatre

      90

    • Max. seating capacity classroom

      -

    • Reception

      120

    • Banquet

      66

    • Surface area

      103

    • Višina stropa (m)

      5.20