Slovak National Museum is situated at Slovak National Museum building, Vajanského nábrezie 2, P.O.BOX 13. It remains open on Tuesdays to Sundays from 09:00 to 17:00 hrs while Monday is holiday.
A statue of a lion stands in-front of the building making it easy-to-spot on the banks of Danube. The Slovak National Museum (SNM) institute actually supervises sixteen exhibits as well as many educational and research activities. This particular museum is relatively small and can be seen in just about one hour.
The museum showcases several interesting exhibitions like natural history, archaeological and zoological exhibitions. There is also one art and photo exposition and a fascinating exhibition which gives details about the inventors of Slovakia.
Another outstanding feature of the museum is its short-term exhibition which covers topics such as Indonesia, wooly mammoths in Slovakia and the celebration of the 100th anniversary of Einstein’s theory of relativity.