The best mountain festival in Slovenia is back! This year, due to the circumstances, the festival will be organised online. We have some special guests joining us this year: 25. 2. at 19.00 Steve House - Nanga Parbat Zoom link Vimeo link 26. 2. at 19.00 Matija Volotar - Searching for purpose in snow, ice [...]
With the exhibition 10 anchor points in Slovene mountain climbing, we highlight 10 mountaineering achievements that, through the course of history, showcase the circumstances in which the Slovenes reached the very peak of world-class alpine climbing. The highlighted points of Slovene climbing are crossroads that lead it forward. And the view into the future remains [...]
SUMMER WORKSHOPS! Every Saturday from July 4th to August 29th! Saturdays are day of creativity, fun and meeting new friends at the Slovenian Alpine Museum! Workshops are suitable for adults and children (children under 7 should be accompanied by a guardian). The hiking trips require hiking gear. The admission price covers materials and a [...]
Calling all mountain and photography lovers! The Slovenian alpine museum is currently displaying the best photographs from the instagram competition #mysummits. The exhibition will be available until the end of September. Check us out!
We kindly invite you to experience a new temporary exhibition Marjan Keršič – Belač, sculpturer, alpinist and mountain rescuer Authors: Jožica Šparovec, The national museum of contemporary history, and Marjeta Keršič Svetel The exhibition was created to celebrate the hundred years since his birth. Virtualni [...]
Due to circumstances and general guidelines of authorities the museum is closed until further notice. For further information contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 08 380 67 30. Thank you for your understanding!
In accordance with the instructions of the Ministry of Health and the National Institute of Public Health Slovenian alpine museum is following the recommended measures: the museum remains open to individual visitors and small groups (up to 25 people), all planed events and exhibition openings are canceled until further instructions. Thank you for your understanding.
Explore the wondrous world of Slovenian mountain caves: learn about the history of exploration, the numerous cave creatures and the future of caves in a changing world. The exhibition is part of the celebration of 130 years of organised speleology in Slovenia.
The exhibition, which can be seen until March 30th, showcases the best entries to an international photographic competition which aimed to show and promote unknown wonders and beauty of the Nature, its stunning diversity, in order to be better understand and appreciate life as a whole.
Dear visitors! On Monday, 16th December, museum wil be open only until 1 P.M. Thank you for your understanding.