Gallery of Slovenia is accessible to everyone. Guide dogs are allowed.
People with disabilities
can enter free of charge.
Where we are
Gallery is located opposite the Opera House and opposite the Orthodox Church of
Sts Cyril and Methodius, next to Tivoli Park. It is surrounded by four streets,
Cankarjeva, Prešernova, Puharjeva and Prežihova. The main entrance is at 24
spaces are available in the surroundings of the gallery. The nearest large
public car park is in Tivoli Park, just a few minutes' walk away, which is
accessed via an underpass with an exit just in front of the Gallery.
Gallery of Slovenia is in close proximity to the city centre and Slovenska
cesta, which is served by almost all city buses.
people with reduced mobility
The Gallery is
equipped with ramps and lifts. For wheelchair users, the exhibition building is
accessible from the main entrance at Prešernova cesta 24, where there is also a
doorbell to open the door.
can move independently around the Gallery and exhibition spaces on all floors.
Access to the permanent exhibition of Zoran Mušič on the ground floor and to the
basement exhibition space of the Narodni dom Gallery requires the assistance of
administration building is also accessible for people with reduced mobility.
facilities are suitable for people with reduced mobility.
Aids for people with disabilities
induction loops are available in the museum for the use of audio guides and
Audio guides are
available to guide visitors through the Permanent Collection and temporary
You can listen
to descriptions of periods and selected works of art via QR codes.
Video content in
Slovenian sign language
of art from the Permanent Collection are presented in Slovenian Sign Language
on the gallery screens and on the website. Included are the new gestures added
to the Slovenian Sign Language dictionary.
of Luiza Pesjak
adaptation of the painting Luiza Pesjak by Mihael Stroj is available in the Permanent Collection, complete with a
magnifying glass, a description of the work in Braille and an audio
with tactile aids
arrangement, we can organise a personalised guided tour with copies of museum
objects and tactile or multi-sensory aids to enrich and bring the
interpretation closer to you. Interpretation into Slovenian sign language is
available on request.
Guided tours are
free of charge for all people with disabilities.
Call or write to
T: (01) 24 15
415 / (01) 24 15 435
website adheres to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0).
descriptions of 12 famous works of art are also available.
For further information on accessibility and help in the Gallery contact
the Gallery Shop
and cash desk
T: (01) 24 15
418 / (01) 24 15 424
or the Education
T: (01) 24 15
415 / (01) 24 15 435 / (01) 24 15 414
Sunday: 10 am to 6 pm, Thursdays until 8 pm
15:00: 24 and 31 December
1 January, 1 May, 1 November and 25 December
Shop and cash
(01) 24 15 418 /
(01) 24 15 424
(01) 24 15 435 /
(01) 24 15 415 / (01) 24 15 414