I was impressed with its temporary exhibit relating to Slovakia and Bratislava,during the Nazi and later Soviet occupation after World War Two.Despite the Nazi efforts to curtail free expression in Slovakia,as well as the Soviet's eforts,I saw quality paintings by Ludovit Fulla(a prominent Slovakian painter,,"Bratislava in Winter"),Eugen Nevan("Lidice"),Milo Alexander Bazovsky("Black Sun"),and Martin Banka("Village Madonna").done in those periods of time.As for... 更多
A portion of the museum was under construction, but we visited on Sunday so there was no construction noise. We do not know how much of the museum we missed. I do not know if it is always free, but they did not charge an admission fee. We guessed that this was due to the partial closure. There was a... 更多
When we were here the middle floor was closed but the top and first floors were open. The top floor had an exhibition of jewellery which was quite modern and industrial looking, but the first floor had an exhibition of baroque, gothic and medieval art, mostly sacred, and arranged by theme. It was really good and there was lots to... 更多
We recently visited this museum and enjoyed stepping through the history of Slovakia. It was a good museum that gave us a very informative background to this country. Worth a visit
Temporary collections are small but nice (the most part of the museum is closed). The temporary exhibitions are oftren very interesting!
This building is in the process of being renovated yet the exhibits that were there were definitely worth the look. There were many works of art as well as an impressive Bierermeier collection.
The is a modern gallery on the banks of the Danube at the cruise ship docks. Admission was free the day of our visit. The exhibit was well-organized and beautifully displayed. Some of the pictures were quite good. I especially liked the family sketchbooks with delightful little watercolour scenes from the life of a Slovak family.