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Museum of Contemporary Art (MSUM), Ljubljana, Slovenia
Museum of Contemporary Art (MSUM), Ljubljana, Slovenia
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The first Slovenian museum dedicated to the 21st century

Museum of Contemporary Art
Maistrova 3
1000 Ljubljana
Adults: 5.00 EUR
Children, Students and Seniors: 2.50 EUR
Family ticket: 8.00 EUR

The Museum of Contemporary Art is the first museum dedicated to the 21st century of Slovenia. It was opened on the 26th November 2011 and it is home to a permanent national and international collection.

Museum of Contemporary Art has more than 4.500 m2 space, dedicated to various art pieces and to activities connected with the restoration and preservation of those pieces. Library, restoration place and document room are also a part of this museum.

Permanent and temporary exhibitions in the Museum of Contemporary Art are dedicated to the art that deals with contemporary themes and media, including works that present the tradition of such art from the 1960’s on.

Opening hours

Tuesday to Sunday 10:00 - 18:00.
Closed on Mondays.

How to get there

By foot: Take a walk from Prešernov square on the Petkovškovo nabrežje for about 500 meters and then turn left on the Rozmanova street. Walk straight ahead on the Rozmanova street for another 500 meter and then continue on Maistrova street. You will see the museum on your left.
By bus: Take bus 02, 09 or 27 an exit on the bus station Friškovec. Take a turn on the Maistrova street and you will see the museum on your right after 50 meters.