Museum of Period Rooms

Apponyi House
Radničná 3, Bratislava
+421 2 5910 0856, mmba@bratislava.sk

Museum of Period Rooms

Apponyi House
Radničná 3, Bratislava
+421 2 5910 0856, mmba@bratislava.sk

Unique Roccoco house in the historical core of the city

The Roccoco house preserves unique architectural interior elements both on the 1st and 2nd floor. It was built by the count Juraj Apponyi in 1761–1762.

The house got its name from its owner Juraj Apponyi. Thanks to his radical reconstruction, the originally older Baroque house was modified in 1761–1762 into its current appearance, however, the interior decorations were preserved.  

In 1867 the city bought the house for the municipality and had the city‘s coat of arms added into the cartouche over the gate. Already the 1904 plan of the house features the rooms on the ground floor labelled as City Museum‘s premises. In 1926 the Museum opened an exhibition on its 1st floor piano nobile, in 1930 a gallery on the 2nd floor and the following year the Bratislava Museum of Viticulture on the ground floor. In the next decades, the 1st floor connected with the Old Town Hall was used for exhibition purposes. The 2nd floor firstly served for offices, later on as a deposit and the Regional library.

The 2004–2008 saw an extensive renovation of the house and after its completion the Museum established exhibitions of the Period Rooms Museum and the Museum of Viticulture, the study deposit of the ceramics, china and glass in the loft. The house became an individual building without any connection with the Old Town Hall.

The ticket is valid also for the Museum of Viticulture

Monday closed  
Tuesday 10.00 - 17.00 Last entry at 16.30
Wednesday 10.00 - 17.00 Last entry at 16.30
Thursday 10.00 - 17.00 Last entry at 16.30
Friday 10.00 - 17.00 Last entry at 16.30
Saturday 11.00 - 18.00 Last entry at 17.30
Sunday 11.00 - 18.00 Last entry at 17.30
 
New Year's Day closed  
Good Friday closed  
Holz Saturday 11.00 - 18.00 Last entry at 17.30
Easter Sunday 11.00 - 18.00 Last entry at 17.30
Easter Monday closed  
All Saints Day closed  
Christmas Eve closed  
Christmas Day closed  
New Year's Eve closed  
 

The ticket is valid also for
the Museum of Viticulture

Bigger tour:
Museum of the
City History Old Town Hall
Period Rooms Museum
Museum of Viticulture

Ticket office open until 15.00

Basic ticket price 4 € 6 €
Reduced ticket
(children under 14 years of age, students, seniors)
2 € 3 €
Family ticket
(two adults and children under 14 years of age)
8 € 12 €
School group
(not offered during summer holidays)
1,50 € 1,5 €
Free entry
(children under 6 years of age, disabled person
card's holders and their guide, journalists,
teacher accompanying 10 pupils of students,
tourist guide)
   
Discounts for card holders
Bratislava Card 100 % 0 € 0 €

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Dear visitors, please follow all current COVID-19 rules. Maximum of Museum‘s visitors at any one time is 20.
Visiting the Apponyi House includes also the Museum of Viticulture.
If you are interested, you can buy the bigger tour ticket of the Apponyi House and the Old Town Hall exhibitions.
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