Slovak National Museum (Slovenske narodne muzeum), Bratislava
(3.9/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
The Slovak National Gallery is a network of galleries in Slovakia. It has its headquarters in Bratislava.

The gallery was established by law on 29 July 1949. In Bratislava, it has its displays situated in Esterházy Palace and the Water Barracks which are adjacent to each other. The Esterházy Palace was reconstructed for the purposes of the gallery in the 1950s and a modern extension was added in the 1970s.

The SNG also manages other galleries outside Bratislava: at the Zvolen Castle in Zvolen, at the Strážky mansion in Spišská Belá, in Ružomberok and in Pezinok.
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  • I usually prefer to know the local culture, walking around the city, but miss the National Museum would be foolish: it has so many interesting exhibits that and don't list. Main-visit to the Museum enables you to very learn a lot about the history and life of Slovakia, rather poorly known in Russia. So that time spent on the visit to the Museum, not lost in vain.
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  • The Museum is located Vajanskeho nabrezie, along the Danube, deHviezdoslavovo square in the historic center. It houses one of the largest collections of natural science in Europe;
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  • Definitely worth the visit...curious pathways lead you through a variety of Slovak culture. We spent a few hours viewing the interesting displays. Took some fun pictures with life-size animal replicas...  more »
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  • Not amazing but the exhibitions are well curated and designed.
  • awesome permanent show. very well curated and sharp.
  • Nice place to visit
  • Snazia sa a casto to vidno.
  • We were only in the adjoining Café (Berlinka), but that was just wonderful. It was very cozy, the operation friendly and excellent food (spinach lasagna and Ziegencammenbert). I never thought to find something tasty in a place. As well as food, also the cyclists with the Haugemachten is recommended for lemonade.
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