June 24. 2015 - May 8. 2016 We exist on a water planet.70% of its surface is covered by water and 97% of it is salt water, 2% is fresh water in the form of ice and only the remaining 1% is drinking water, which is divided around the planet very irregularly. The Slovenian capital with its hinterland can boast rich water resources that enabled 5,000 years of continuous habitation and are still freely accessible today.
September 6. 2015 - December 17. 2015 Through diffrent themes and various timelines, the exhibition presents the importance of water. It is essential for our survival, the mobility of humans, goods, ideas and knowledge, our mythologies and beliefs, art and language.
October 5. 2015
Archaeological excavations are now underway in the southern part of Slovenska Street in the centre of Ljubljana. They represent an important element of research and preservation of our capital’s historical heritage. Our museum archaeologist Martin Horvat prepared a concise summary of the archaeological excavations that took place in the northern part of Slovenska Street for the Cabinet of Curiosities, a web section of the Delo Newspaper (in Slovenian). Enjoy!more