The Slovene Ethnographic Museum (SEM) is a central museum of ethnology, a museum of dialogue, open, active and hospitable with dedicated public services. Located in a new urban cultural centre of Ljubljana known as part of former military barracks of Metelkova area, which have undergone complete restoration.
The Slovene Ethnographic Museum (SEM) is the national museum of ethnology with Slovene and equally important non-European collections in the field of material, social and spiritual culture, which the museum preserves, documents, researches and presents. Through its annual round of exhibitions, publications and events it presents and reports on traditional culture in Slovenia and the culture of some other of the world’s peoples, on the material heritage of both everyday and festive life, and on the intangible heritage of knowledge, values, skills, wisdom and creativity to be found in the Slovene ethnic sphere, both in diaspora and elsewhere.
The main hall with a lobby room can host up to 80 persons.