Since the museum is very large, both content- and space-wise, we advise you to take a look only at a few collections during one visit, and viewing the others on the next one. Up to 25 people can be in the guided group at once. The guided tour usually takes 2 hours, we perform classical guided tour of museum collections and temporary exhibitions, but the selection of collections can be customized according to the wishes of the organizer.
For foreign visitors, a guide is available in English, German, Croatian, Serbian and Italian language. The reservations for group visits and programmes must be made at least one week before the visit.
We also organize guided tour for individual visitors in the opening hours of the museum. You can make a reservation no later than two business days before your visit to Slovenia. The entrance fee is the same as for groups. In the winter time, when the museum is closed, it is not possible to organize a guided tour for individuals, but only for groups by prior arrangement.
When making a reservation, you need to indicate the exact time of your arrival and attend the appointment at the agreed time. In the event of unforeseen circumstances that cause delay, please call +386 1 750 66 70 as soon as possible.
In case of untimely cancellation of the group, less than one working day before the arrival, the museum reserves the right to charge the costs for a guide, which amounts to 20 € / group (25 persons) for one hour and a half of guiding or 27 € / group for two hours of guiding in the Slovenian language (28 € / group for one hour and a half of guiding or 40 € / group for two hours of guiding in a foreign language).
You can make a reservation via:
- Telephone: +386 1 750 66 72
- mobile phone: +386 31 583 461
- e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- online registration
The museum programme can be even more varied and combined with additional demonstrations. These take place under the guidance and last from 30 minutes to 1 hour.
|Demonstrations of Jurij – Georg Vega’s pulleys, wheels and axles
|Demonstration of Nikola Tesla’s
|Demonstration of horseshoe forging
|Demonstration of baking bread
DIZIT – Days of Science and Technical engineering
The Technical Museum of Slovenia first presented the “Days of Science & Engineering” programme in 2002. This event was a collaboration between the museum and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, and due to the huge interest from visitors as well as participating partners (faculties, associations, schools, firms) the project was extended.
The main objective is to popularise science and engineering and promote its study in young people, demonstrating the many possible applications and combining both theoretical knowledge with practice.
At the same time, we want to relate past achievements to those of today using the museum collections and offer a glimpse into the future. The Monday to Friday programme is primarily intended for school children/students and their teachers, whilst Sundays are for individuals and families who wish to become more familiar with the interesting world of science and engineering.
In 2018 and 2019, the Museum anticipates that it will host the following events: Days of Metrology and Day of Innovators (in April), Days of Electrical Engineering (in May), Days of Mechanical Engineering (in September), and Days of Physics (in October). In the TMS unit, the Museum of Post & Telecommunications, which is housed in Polhov Gradec, will also host the Days of Graphics and Days of Computer Science in November.
*Groups can view demonstrations by prior registration, by prior arrangement you can visit DIZIT during the week as well.
You can join the event by purchasing a museum ticket.
Book your visit via:
For adults, we also organize three to six day or two-day workshops with different topics and one course, which are done if a sufficient number of applications is made. You can follow the timetable of the workshops in the event calendar.
For all workshops, prior registration is required by phone +386 1 750 66 72, +386 41 57 146 or e-mail: email@example.com.
Please sign up for a workshop no later than four business days before each term. The application is confirmed with the payment of the full amount three working days prior to the workshop.
If you cannot participate in the workshop you applied for, we will return the money if we are informed about this two working days before the workshop.
The museum reserves the right not to return money in the event of untimely cancellation.
In case of too few applications, the money is returned to the applied participants of the workshop.
TR 0110-0603-0377-610, reference 00 1200-xxxxxxxx (workshop date-03012020)