For visitors

For visitors

The Old Market Hall is a historical building from 1910. In its over a 100 years long history, it served many purposes; it was a market space as well as warehouse and studios for the Slovak National Television. Since 2013 a civic association The Alliance Old Market Hall (Aliancia Stará Tržnica) takes care of this building owned by the City of Bratislava. Since then, the Alliance revitalizes this before abandoned market hall with the aim to turn it into a marketplace as well as a cultural event venue.

The food markets take place every Saturday (with the exception of Easter and Christmas) from 09:00 am until 3:00 pm. On the rest of the days, various cultural, gastronomic and social gatherings and events take place.

On the perimeter of the building, there are various businesses in operation. There's the Lab café, which includes a co-working space and a DIY workshop place in the underground. In the up! city office you can rent an electro-mobile, bike or scooter and in the Výčap u Ernöho pub, you can enjoy beer from a small brewery Shenk, which operates in the underground of the building. Right next to it is the Foodstock bistro which offers Asian cuisine and then there's the Viecha malých vinárov, where they serve wine from small local wineries. Situated inside the building is a soda water manufacture and a bike courier service Švihaj Šuhaj. With their cargo-bikes, they distribute our soda water and beer in the city. There's also the Oasis – a greenhouse and a living space with a library.


How was the market square before the Old Market Hall? Was this building even necessary to be built? And how did it change its surroundings? If you'd like to know the answers to these and other questions about the history of the Old Market Hall, you can dig into this section on the Bratislavské rožky website (Slovak only).

NewsSend your plants to Oasis!

03. December 2018
Have they grown over your head? Send your plants to Oasis - the new greenhouse right inside the market hall. With time, we'll turn it into a living space with plants and library. Read more