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About the museum

Lokev Military Museum is situated in a defence tower – Tabor that was built in 1485 and is a cultural monument of national importance and belongs to the Municipality of Sežana. It was opened on 14th August 1994. The owner of the museum and its manager is Srečko Rože. In his childhood he was attracted by his grandfather's stories, Viktor Rože, who was an Austro-Hungarian World War I survivor, as well as by the stories of his father's Albin from World War II. He found his first two objects with his grandfather Viktor on a local rubbish damp in his native village Kreplje near Dutovlje. He found a canteen and a bayonet and he was attracted by collecting. The first collection of military objects, which contained 511 items, was confiscated by the militia in 1983. After the completed military service in 1987 a new collection of military objects from both World War I and II started to be formed. An archaeological and ethnological collection...

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Permanent
exhibition

World War I and II,
military uniforms from 1922 - 1991

Temporary
exhibition

Slovenes in Austria-Hungary on
the Eastern Front 1914 – 1915

January, February:

Saturday and Sunday: 10 am – 12 am and 2 pm – 5 pm

Other months:

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 9 am – 12 am and 2 pm – 6 pm

Monday, Tuesday, Christmas, New Year's Day, Memorial Day – Closed.

For groups announced in advance or families a visit out of office hours is possible.

Adults:

6 EUR

Groups of adults to 20 people:

6 EUR

Groups of adults more than 20 people:

4 EUR

Children, secondary school students and university students with the student card:

3 EUR