Bratislava Kunst

What to do in Bratislava

Two weeks ago, we traveled to Bratislava at the invitation of the "Bratislava in Movement - International Festival of Contemporary Dance." Camilla Monga´s performance performance, "Sull'attimo - In the Moment," in the Slovak National Gallery took place on Friday evening.

We had plenty of time to explore the scene there on both Friday and Saturday. Thanks to the good train connection, Bratislava is only an hour away from Vienna. The city offers a wide range of cultural experiences, and many institutions are located in the center. Here are some tips for your next trip:

Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum

Since 2000 when the museum was opened, dozens of exhibitions of the most prestigious figures of the Slovak, European, and global art scene, such as Joan Miró and Walasse Ting.

Danubiana Art Museum
Vodné dielo Slovensko, 851 10 Bratislava

SNM-Natural History Museum

The SNM – Natural History Museum focuses on the research, documentation, and presentation of the diversity of the natural environment primarily within the territory of Slovakia.

SNM-Natural History Museum
Vajanského nábrežie 2, 810 06 Bratislava

Slovak National Gallery | SNG

The role of the SNG is to evolve as the national art historical institution while concurrently collecting, preserving, and interpreting works of art both domestically and internationally.

Slovak National Gallery | SNG
Rázusovo nábrežie 1, 811 02 Bratislava


Steinhauser Gallery opened its gates in Bratislava on the 08th of June 2023. You can anticipate contemporary artists and exclusive, extraordinary art exhibitions in a unique historical setting.

Steinhauser Gallery
Laurinská 3 (1st Floor), 811 01 Bratislava

exhibition Come in at Zichy Gallery, Bratislava, 5.10-5.11.2023, photo by Marcel Korec

Oldcity Gallery Zichy. Nestled within the historic heart of Bratislava’s Old Town, this gallery boasts a diverse exhibition schedule featuring a mix of Slovak and international artists.

Zichy Gallery
Ventúrska 9, 811 01 Bratislava

[fjúžn] festival

The [fjúžn] festival has been organized by the Milan Šimečka Foundation since 2006 and has gradually become a unique and largest multi-genre and multicultural event focused on migration and foreigners in Slovakia with national and international significance.