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Slovenian Museum of Natural History

Apart from temporary exhibitions, Slovenia's main museum of natural history features the famous Zois Mineral Collection, Hohenwart Molluscan Shell Collection, Ferdinand J. Schmidt Insect Collection, and various herbarium collections.

Visitors to the Museum can also view a presentation of Proteus anguinus, dioramas of alpine, wetland and forest wildlife, an almost complete mammoth skeleton and a collection of reptiles, fishes and various vertebrate skeletons. The Museum often organizes lectures and workshops. Disabled access is available from the Prešernova cesta road.

Schedule

Daily from 10:00-18:00, Thursdays from 10:00-20:00

Accessible to persons with movement disabilities

  • Designated parking space for persons with movement disabilities
  • Designated path from the car park/public transport to the building
  • Designated entrance for persons with movement disabilities
  • Designated sanitary facilities accessible to persons with movement disabilities
  • Adequate access to the building for persons with movement disabilities (hallways, staircase, lift, etc.)
  • Accessible event space for persons with movement disabilities
  • Accessible information desk/cash register for persons with movement disabilities

Accessible to the blind and partially sighted

  • Designated lift in the facility for the blind and partially sighted
  • Presentation materials adapted for the blind and partially sighted

Notes

Admission:

  • €3.00 per person for adults
  • €2.50 per person for seniors, schoolchildren, secondary and university students, school groups and other groups of more than 10 people
  • free for pre-schoolers and everyone visiting the Museum on the first Sunday of the month

Contacts

Muzejska ulica 1 1000 Ljubljana

Phone: +386 (0)1 241 09 40

Email: uprava@pms-lj.si

Web site: Slovenian Museum of Natural History

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