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Celje Regional Museum

The Celje Regional Museum, the second oldest museum (founded on May 1, 1882) in Slovenia, is situated in the old centre of the town. Its collections(from the prehistoric times till I.World War) are exhibitet in the The Old Counts` Mansion and the Princely Palace. The visitors should't miss the famouse Celje Ceiling, in situ presented remains of Roman town Celeia and the story of famous dinasty of the Counts of Celje.

Currently, the Old Counts' Mansion houses these permanent exhibitons:
- The Cultural history Collecion with the famous Celje Ceiling
- From the Gothic to Historicism in steps (accommodated for visually- impaired visitors)
- Alma M. Karlin - Journeys
- Lapidarium


The Princely Palace currently houses these permanent exhibitions:
- Celeia - a town beneath today's town
- The Counts of Celje
- From a Bone Needle to the Celjs Stars


Temporary exhibitons:

- Glass in the Celje region from 18th century to the present (The Old Counts' Mansion)

Collections in the region: Celje Regional Museum (Celje Old County), Potočka zijalka, Firšt Gallery (Olševa), Gornji Grad Museum Collection, Schwentner House – Vransko Museum Collection, Risto Savin Birth House (Žalec), Rifnik and its Treasures – Šentjur Museum Collection, Šmid Ethnological Collection – Planina Museum Collection, Glassworks in the Žusma Region, Glassworks Church – Church of St. Leopold (Loka pri Žusmu), Archaeological parks: Roman Necropolis in Šempeter, Old Christian Complex in Rifnik nad Šentjurjem.





Information

Address:

Trg Celjskih knezov 8, 3000 Celje

Phone:

+386 3 428 09 50

E-mail:

info@pokmuz-ce.si

Opening hours

Tuesday

10:00 - 18:00

Wednesday

10:00 - 18:00

Thursday

10:00 - 18:00

Friday

10:00 - 18:00

Saturday

10:00 - 18:00

Sunday

10:00 - 18:00

Last entrance at 17.30.

Admission

Adults

5 EUR

Groups

4 EUR

Pupils

3 EUR

Families

10 EUR

Institution offers

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