Museum of Architecture and Design Ljubljana
The Museum of Architecture and Design Ljubljana is the main Slovenian museum for architecture, which makes it a must if you are interested in the building art of the Central European region or you would simply like to broaden your horizons. Are you curious why you find Ljubljana as attractive, cultured and likeable as you do?
Beside periodical exhibitions of old and modern Slovene architecture, the museum also presents other domestic and foreign architects and designers and hosts numerous foreign exhibitions. The museum assembles, stores and displays not only material from the field of architecture but runs departments and expositions of industrial design, photography, town planning and visual communications as well. It owns a library, which is housed at the Fuzine Castle too. Publications of domestic and foreign origin focus on the subjects of the museum's research and its departments mentioned above. It is open to the public and material is available for rent but with further notice only.
The Biennial of Industrial Design takes place at the museum every even year with Slovene and foreign participants.
The museum is situated at the suburbs of the city within the beautiful environment of a Renaissance castle in the Fuzine quarter. As it is a bit too far to walk from the city centre, a fifteen minute bike ride is a very practical and healthy solution and thus recommended. If you are without a bike, the final stop of bus number 20 brings you there. For higher comfort take a taxi.
Adults pay 3 Euros, while students and senior citizens have it for half of the price. Groups of over 10 people - 2 €. Owners of PRESS, SMD, ICOM can enter for free and owners of a European Youth Card have a 50% discount. A guided tour is an option as well. For more information visit their web page or use their contacts below.
Tue – Sun: 10.00 – 18.00
Muzej za arhitekturo in oblikovanje
Pot na Fuzine 2
Phone: +386 (0)1 548 42 70
Fax: +386 (0)1 540 03 44