Railway Museum in Railway Depot Bratislava-Vychod, Bratislava

(4.7/5 based on 20 reviews on the web)
Railway Museum in Railway Depot Bratislava-Vychod is located in Bratislava. See Railway Museum in Railway Depot Bratislava-Vychod and all Bratislava has to offer by arranging your trip with our Bratislava vacation trip planner.
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  • Very interesting museum but take in mind that it is open only in "warm season", e.g. in 2016 it was open from mid March till mid-October and only two days a week, Wednesday and Saturday. A very interesting Museum, but keep in mind that it is only open during the warmer months. For example, in 2016 it was open from mid-March to mid-October and only two days a week, Wednesday and Saturday.
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  • It's a good railway museum. There's plenty of material at the level of machinery and cars, some very interesting, how to clean snow, transport of dynamite, a huge crane, and others. Can still be seen degraded material waiting for restoration, because there work workshops to this end. It also has access to museological areas covered, like workshops. Make parades of compositions in dates. Can be seen fitted to cars in circulation, and more. A must for lovers by railroads.
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  • Independently of the Museum trams in Bratislava No. It is only the exposition of the Museum of transport, based on the location of the first railway stations in the city. Now here are not only old, but trains and car electronics. Ticket price for adults 30 euro. Children up to six years free entrance. My child is 5 years old was thrilled with the visit. Highly recommend for tourists with children.
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