Technical museum of Slovenia – Museum of post and telecommunication
The Museum of Post and Telecommunications operates as an off-site unit of the Technical Museum of Slovenia. The museum features a collection entitled The History of the Post and (Tele)communication in the Past, Present, and Future, and Živa’s Corner intended for its youngest visitors. The History of the Post collection features postal service vehicles and post offices from different eras. In addition, you can listen to the melodies produced by the post horn and try writing with a feather. The second part of the museum presents the history of telecommunications spanning from the first telegraphs, telephones, and teleprinters to the automatic telephone exchange which you can try out yourself.
Open: Tuesday to Friday, Sunday and public holidays 10:00-17:00 (last entrace at 16:00), Saturday and Monday closed.
1 November closed.
- free for pre-schoolers and the disabled
- €2.50 for adults
- €2.00 for seniors, primary school pupils, and secondary school and university students
- €2.00 per person for groups of at least 20 people
- €1.60 per person for groups of seniors, primary school pupils, and secondary school and university students
- €6.00 for families
- €20.00 for adults (60 minutes)
- €15.00 for children (45 minutes)
- €28.00 for adults taking a 60-minute foreign language tour
- €25.00 for children taking a 45-minute foreign language tour
Combined tickets (including admission to the Technical Museum of Slovenia in Bistra Castle near the town of Vrhnika)
- €5.00 for adults
- €3.50 for seniors, children, and secondary school and university students
- €14.50 for families