Extensive museum collections
Interested in happenings that took place in our locality in World War II?
You are invited to the historical museum, which deals with museology and historiograhical proceedings of modern history of Northeastern Slovenia, which can be found in a bourgeois villa in the city centre on the corner of the streets Mladinska and Ulica heroja Tomšiča.
You can visit:
The museum's specialty is its archives with more than 120 metres of first-class material of occupier and partisan origin. The permanent exhibition shows happenings in the region of Maribor between World War II. In all six exhibition rooms visitors learn about:
- the Nazi occupation,
- the occupier's Germanizational measures of the Slovenian population and
- the organization of the resistance and the operations of the resistance groups and partisan units in this part of Slovenia from 1941 up to the end of the war.
If you are interested in more detailed information on the above we offer professional guided tours through the exhibitions and collections.
- Monday: 08:00-17:00
- Tuesday: 08:00-17:00
- Wednesday: 08:00-17:00
- Thursday: 08:00-17:00
- Friday: 08:00-17:00
- Saturday: 09:00-12:00
- Sunday: Closed
- Closed on Sundays and holidays. Visits can be arranged outside opening hours upon prior arrangement
- Preschool children: 2.00€
- Pupils, students: 2.00€
- Adults: 3.00€