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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.