There are many museums that visitors maz find in Ljubljana. They are in charge of preserving and researching the historical and cultural heritage of Ljubljana and the whole of Slovenia. Among the museums that should not be missed are the City Museum and Gallery, the Ethnographic Museum, the National Museum, the Gallery of Modern Art, the Museum of Technology of Ljubljana and many others.
If you want to get away from the real world and put on pink glasses, we recommend the House of Illusions. In the house of Illusion, all human senses are put to the test, it is a lot of fun and a lot can be learned. In this adventure of the Museum of Illusion, you can see that at first glance, nothing is as it seems. The museum has more than 40 exhibits, which completely confuse every visitor. A room that defies the law of gravity, an endless disco for fun, and there is a walk through the Vortex tunnel for the bravest. In addition, it is possible to play games that are exercises for brain cells and patience.
The Railway Museum was established in the 1960s. Today, it has grown into a small, but overall a very high-quality museum. When it became clear that the steam locomotive was being forgotten, the idea of creating a Slovenian railway was born. Belgrade got a railway museum in 1950, but that wasn’t the case for Ljubljana. After that, there was a need to open the same museum in the capital of Slovenia, which will keep the railway wealth in one place. The former boiler room "Ljubljana Šiška" was and remains the perfect place for a museum. First, locomotives and wagons got their parking next to the former boiler room. There is a great and interesting diversity in one place.
The House of experiments is a center that aims to strengthen society's curiosity, creativity, critical thinking and active problem solving, so this "museum" is called a science center. The vision of this place is "Living and participating in a healthy democracy", Mission - "House of Experiments seeks to encourage curiosity and creativity through the ability to think critically, through open communication, through research and discovery."