Poljanski nasip 40
1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Cukrarna Gallery is seen as an architectural gem. There are some other architectural achievements located in its immediate surroundings. The TGH-48 car park on Ambrožev trg was built in 1969 and is one of Savin Sever’s best preserved works, both in terms of concept and implementation. At the end of the embanked section of the Ljubljanica River is an outstanding work by another Slovenian architect – Plečnik’s sluice gate, designed to control the water level in the city centre. Jože Plečnik's work is also the park on Ambrožev trgu, a cultural monument of national importance. Visually, this ensemble is completed by the two-level Fabiani Bridge designed by Jurij Kobe and built in 2012.
Tuesday to Sunday: 10.00–19.00
24 and 31 December: 10.00–14.00
Closed: Mondays, 1 January, 1 November, 25 December
Adults: 6 €
Students, retirees, unemployed, visitors with disabilities: 4 €
Family ticket: 14 €
Admission free: children 7 and under, ICOM, PRESS
Adults: 8 €
Students, retirees, unemployed, visitors with disabilities: 6 €
Family ticket: 16 €
Group guided tours (8 people or less)
Adults: 55 €
Students, retirees, unemployed, visitors with disabilities: 35 €
Group guided tours (more than 8 people)
Adults: 7 €/person
Students, retirees, unemployed, visitors with disabilities: 5 €/person
Booking is required at least five working days in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org or +386 1 241 25 72.
How to get here
By Ljubljana city bus transport (LPP)
The nearest bus stop is Cukrarna (routes 2, 11 in 20).
Also nearby are Roška stop (170 m) on Poljanska cesta with routes 5 and 13, and Klinični center (University Medical Centre) stop (500 m) on Zaloška cesta with routes 9 and 25.
Plan your trip with LPP buses.
From the main bus and train station
Ljubljana's main bus and train station is 1.7 km from Cukrarna Gallery, and there is a nearby city bus stop with routes 9 and 25.
There are bike parking facilities in front of Cukrarna Gallery. The nearest BicikeLJ bike sharing station is at Poljanska cesta 20c. Also nearby are bike sharing stations at Zaloška cesta 1 and Njegoševa cesta 1.
By car or taxi
Access by car is possible from Poljanski nasip street, where a limited number of parking spaces are available.
Nearby, there are parking garages Kapitelj (Poljanski nasip street 4) and Šentpeter (intersection of Zaloška and Njegoševa streets). Parking fee is 2.5 EUR/hour, 25 EUR/day.
By paying a parking fee of 1.2 EUR, users of Park and Ride carparks Ježica (route 20) and Barje (route 9) receive two free city bus rides within 24 hours of purchase. The journey takes about 30 minutes.
The main entrance to Cukrarna Gallery is from Poljanski nasip street. All exhibition spaces, the conference hall, the library, the bar and the shop are also accessible to all persons with disabilities. Disabled access is available to all floors by lift. There are seating benches throughout the gallery, and chairs are also available upon request, which can be arranged with the guides at the entrance. Guide dogs are welcome, there is no entrance fee for assistants for persons with disabilities.
Cloakroom and toilets
Luggage (bags, backpacks, etc.) and umbrellas are not allowed in the exhibition area. There are storage lockers on the ground room and in the basement. Toilets are located in the basement.
Tuesday to Sunday: 9.00–23.45
Contact: +386 70 600 820