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Learn about the his­tory of clock mak­ing and tell the time on sun­di­als, wall clocks and wrist watches at th Mu­seum of Clocks. The el­e­gant yel­low build­ing alone is worth a visit. Or spend a quirky morn­ing ex­plor­ing the Mu­seum of Phar­macy, set in a build­ing that was a phar­macy from the mid-16th Cen­tury on­wards, which is packed with 8,500 ob­jects.

Mu­seum of Clocks: open daily ex­cept Mon­days. Tick­ets cost €2.30 adults, €1.50 chil­dren. Call 2 5441 1940 or visit www.muzeum.bratislava.sk/en/Mu­seum of Phar­macy, open ev­ery day ex­cept Mon­day. €4.30 adults, €2.50 chil­dren. Call 2 5413 1214 or visit www.muzeum.bratislava.sk/en/

Most peo­ple make a bee­line for St Martin’s Cathe­dral, but pop into The Church of St El­iz­a­beth, of­ten known as the Blue Church, and en­joy its el­e­gantly fem­i­nine blue pews and round stained­glass win­dows. You’re sure to want to take a seat for a mo­ment of quiet re­flec­tion in the pret­ti­est church you’re likely to see.

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