The famous museum about the findings during the First World War received the highest national certificate for museums, the Council of Europe Museum Prize and was nominated for the European Museum of the Year Award.
Kobarid Museum is the centre of representing the heritage of the Isonzo Front on Slovenian, European and on a global scale. Unique demonstrations of fights and the life during the war, the exhibits, the rich photo material and the multivision projection tell the touching story of hard and bloody days next to the River Soča, which were also remembered by the famous Ernest Hemingway and Erwin Rommel.
The 12th battle of the Isonzo Front, The Miracle of Kobarid, particularly stands out. The fans of military history know it as the most successful push of the First World War.
Until now, Kobarid Museum has been visited by many high representatives, three presidents of the European parliament, presidents of various countries and world associations, ministers, monarchs and Noble prize winners.
Combine the visit to the museum with visiting sights, which are connected with a 5 km long Kobarid Historical Trail, and culinary pampering in one of the Kobarid’s top restaurants, the culinary capital of the Soča Valley.
Kobarid Museum - OPENING HOURS
|July, August||every day, 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.|
|April - September||every day, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.|
|October - March||every day, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.|
Kobarid Museum - PRICELIST
- 7 € Adult
- 5 € Pensioner
- 5 € Student (University, Secondary levels)
- 3 € Schoolchildren
- 17 € Family ticket
- with the Julian Alps card: Soča Valley: free
- inside the museum: 20 € per hour for groups smaller than 15 persons
- outside the museum: 30 € per hour per group