The museum regularly organizes various temporary exhibitions, events, and activities. It also acts as an information point for the Triglav National Park, where you can get all the information you need about weather conditions in the mountains, open lodges, guides, and mountain trails.
The first records of the establishment of the Mountaineering Museum date back to 1901. The Triglav Museum collection, which was accumulated in Mojstrana until 1984, was managed by the Dovje Mojstrana Mountain Association. It was not until 1997 that the collection became part of the “Gornjesavski museum Jesenice”, and the independent museum began to take on its modern form only ten years later. The inauguration ceremony took place in 2010.
All guests of Reset Apartments can benefit from a 20% discount on tickets.
How to get to the Mountaineering Museum?
From Kranjska Gora, take the main road towards Jesenice and turn off towards Mojstrana. The museum resembles a high-mountain alpine shelter and is located on the left side of the road towards the Vrata valley.
Sights in the immediate vicinity
If you head to the Slovenian Mountaineering Museum, you can also see:
- Aljaž’s House in Vrata
- Peričnik waterfall
- The village of Gornja Radgona
- Lake Kreda
- the Alpine village of Dovje
Summer opening hours (1 May – 31 October)
Winter opening hours (2.11. – 30.4.)
- Tuesday – Sunday: 9.00 – 16.00
- Monday: closed
Parking at the museum is free for visitors. For more information, please contact the museum staff.
Last admission: one hour before closing.