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transport museum

Interesting collection of old cars, bikes and other vehicles from the Slovakian history. The museum... read more

Reviewed 2 April 2015
nyk1981
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Near the center

Easy to find, has a free parking and tickets are 3.30eur per person plus 1 eur for photograph. It... read more

Reviewed 12 December 2014
Spartan_01
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Reviewed 2 April 2015

Interesting collection of old cars, bikes and other vehicles from the Slovakian history. The museum is in the city center and is well worth the money.

3  Thank nyk1981
Reviewed 12 December 2014

Easy to find, has a free parking and tickets are 3.30eur per person plus 1 eur for photograph. It has a nice collection of old bikes, cars and trains from Czechoslovakian period. No heating inside, much to see.

3  Thank Spartan_01
Reviewed 4 December 2014 via mobile

Super cool. We find it by loosing the road. It was a big surprise. From bicycle to skoda train. Very relaxing.

2  Thank Vasile B
Reviewed 25 October 2014

Other reviewers have outlined what is on offer the fees to get in and the location. I would like to mention the current, excellent exhibition of photographs and memorabilia from WW1. The labels and interpretive panels are in English as well as Slovac and give...More

2  Thank fenflyer
Reviewed 2 October 2014

I stumbled on this museum while walking to the train station. it was 3 euros entrance fee and an extra 1 euro if you wanted to take pictures. Would recommend paying the extra euro as there are some great cars on show. This is a...More

3  Thank Nick F
Reviewed 12 August 2014

The Transport Museum in Bratislava is situated close to the main station. It is a 900 meters walk along the busy Štefánikova street from the president’s palace or one stop from Hodžovo námesti to the SAV stop on buses 83 & 93. My sister and...More

1  Thank __Joh__Ye
Reviewed 5 July 2014 via mobile

Great for kids, lots of old cars and trains. Been there 3 times and my son loves it. Also nice to see some old comunist age cars :)

Thank Marek H
Reviewed 25 June 2014

We paid a visit mainly to see the armed train that was on show during our stay in Bratislava, and with big surprise, we found this little but complete and well kept museum in which all the transport tools are displayed. also a baby-car!

1  Thank laminni
Reviewed 19 June 2014

We came across this museum when we were going to the main station. Some fab veichals would like to have seen more information in other languages.

Thank nuala d
Reviewed 28 May 2014

This is a great museum for car and train enthusiasts. It is situated near the main railway station and is easily accessible from the city centre either by foot or public transport. The main hall is in fact the old Austo-Hungarian station for Bratislava and...More

Thank Mark B
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