Slovenian Museum of Natural History
National Museum of Slovenia
Highlights include a highly embossed Vače situla , a Celtic pail from the late 6th century BC unearthed in a town east of Ljubljana,...
The graceful Opera House, northeast of the National Museum, opened in 1892 as the Provincial Theatre, and plays in German and...
Museum of Modern Art
Housed in an ugly modern building (Edvard Ravnikar; 1939-51), the inwardly vibrant and inspiring Museum of Modern Art exhibits a...
Opera & Ballet Ljubljana
Home to the Slovenian National Opera and Ballet companies, this historic neo-Renaissance theatre was fully renovated in 2011 and...
In the basement of the Maximarket department store, this glass and chrome self-service eatery is surprisingly upbeat, and just the...
Slovenian Museum of Natural History information
Lonely Planet review
Housed in the same impressive building as the National Museum , the Natural History Museum contains the usual reassembled mammoth and whale skeletons, stuffed birds, reptiles and mammals. However, the mineral collections amassed by the philanthropic Baron Žiga Zois in the early 19th century and the display on Slovenia’s unique salamander Proteus anguinus are worth a visit.