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Frequently Asked Questions

The visit of the museum normally lasts about 1 hour – 1 hour and a half. The visit includes a temporary exhibition on the ground floor, two floors of permanent exhibition and a 20-minutes-long documentary film.

Unfortunately, dogs are not welcome in the museum, due to small rooms and consideration for other guests.

Photos for personal use are allowed, for any publishment you have to have consensus of the museum.

Yes, if you want to have a guided tour, a reservation is mandatory.

The museum does not have its own parking. There are public parking spaces in the vicinity, but you must pay attention to the parking regime – some parking is for free (limited to 120 minutes), others are payable.

Bus can stop by Hall of culture in the centre of Kobarid (max 15 minutes). Passengers can exit the bus there, then the bus must follow signs for bus parking, which is next to the cemetery. Bus cannot stop in front of the museum, there is a bust stop on the main square (about 100 metres from the museum). There passengers can get off the bus and take a walk to the museum.

These is the Kobarid historical trail, which connects natural, cultural and historical sights. More info can be found here.

Yes, there is a small souvenir shop in the museum, where you can buy books about World War 1 in different languages and different souvenirs.