Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum, or well known as Danubiana, is located in a calming environment on the Danube island 20 km from Bratislava and is one of the most popular tourist destinations, especially for tourists, but for locals as well.
For art lovers, we certainly don’t have to present this museum of modern art, but we also highly recommend it to others, because this place is really magical. The atmosphere here is literally relaxing. The minimalist environment of the museum building with exhibited works is in perfect harmony.
HOW TO GET TO DANUBIANA?
By car from the center of Bratislava, the journey takes 25 minutes and by bus still comfortable 35 minutes from the Nové SND bus stop located in the city center.
IS DANUBIANA SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN?
Definitely yes. If you have children, do not hesitate to take them with you, they will be just as excited about this place as you. In addition, the large park will allow them enough exercise.
DANUBIANA OPENING HOURS?
Danubiana is open daily, except Mondays, from 10:00 to 18:00, and if you want it more for yourself (meaning fewer people), we recommend coming till afternoon.
persons older than 75 years and children up to 6 years have free entry, seniors and students 5 €, adults without discount 10 €.
Family of two adults and two students – 20 €
IS DANUBIANA DOG FRIENDLY?
Yes, however, your dog must be on the leash the whole time.
IS IT POSSIBLE TO TAKE A BOAT TO DANUBIANA FROM BRATISLAVA CITY CENTER?
Under normal circumstances, outside the restrictions related to COVID-19, you would be able to get to Danubiana by riverboat from Bratislava’s personal port and thus make your visit even more special.
In conclusion, for those who do not talk much about modern art, we have a list of the most famous exhibitors whose if you start googled them, you will have at least a brief idea of what journey to the land of fantasy awaits you at this place. Since their opening in 2000, the examples are Joan Miró, Sam Francis, Karel Appel, Magdalena Abakanowicz, Lucebert, Walasse Ting, Antoni Clavé, Martín Chirino, Markus Prachensky, Ilona Kesserü Ilona, Jozef Jankovič, Rudolf Sikora, Vladimír Kompánek, Miroslav Cipár, Vladimír Popovič and others, and from the sculptural scene, personalities such as El Lissitzky, Magdalena Abakanowicz, Jim Dine, Hans van de Bovenkamp, Jozef Jankovič, Arman, JC Farhi, Vladimír Kompánek, Rudolf Uher.
There is also a part of the Danubiana roof on which there are other expositions and a wonderful view of the vast Danube River and Bratislava.
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Danubiana, Čunovo, SlovenskoPrice
5 - 10 EUR