Pod turnom 3, Tivoli Park, 1000 Ljubljana
by bus: 14 (“Pod Rožnikom” stop); 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 25 (“Tivoli” stop); 1, 2, 6, 9, 11, 14, 18, 19, 27 (“Konzorcij” stop – city centre)
by car: Tivoli car park
on foot: 10-minute walk from the city centre, Hala Tivoli or Rožna dolina
Tivoli Mansion is the oldest building in Ljubljana's Tivoli Park. In its centuries-long history, the building has changed various owners and played several roles. The mansion was built at the beginning of the 17th century for the Jesuits and was later owned by the Bishop of Ljubljana, the Provincial Estates and Emperor Franz Joseph I. The latter presented it to the Austrian Marshal Josef Radetzky, who renovated the surroundings and opened the park to the public. Since 1986, the building has been the seat of the International Centre of Graphic Arts, which, with its long tradition of organising the graphic arts biennial and an extensive collection of graphic works, represents an important centre of graphic and contemporary art.