This burgher rococo house of the 2nd half
of the 18th century was built for
a merchant of Bratislava.
After reconstruction in 1975,
the Municipal Museum opened
a unique exhibition of historical
clocks here. Good Shepherd's House
is located by the New Bridge and is
one of the houses that fortunately
were not demolished during
1960's when a new bridge was build.
On the way down to the city centre
you can stop off and have lunch
at an entirely authentic restaurant.
The inside looks like an 18th century
tavern and the food is traditional local
Slovak dishes - nothing sophisticated,
but just downright authentic