Welcome to Trate
In the month of August, we kindly invite you to Cmurek Castle to the Museum of Madness.
Public guided tours of the permanent exhibition "Endless Meadows of Madness" will be on Saturdays at 10:00 a.m.:
- 8.5.2023 - guided tour in German
- 12.8.2023 - guided tour in Slovenian
- 19.8.2023 - guided tour in Slovenian
During the week, there will be guided tours in Slovenian language every Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00 a.m., and in German every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m.
For guided tour in English, please contact us at: email@example.com
Due to the limited number of visitors, we kindly ask for prior announcements by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: +386 70 433 219
We are looking forward to your visit!
For the neighbours and the local people, the Museum of Madness is mostly a place to meet and socialise. Here we meet for reading circles, morning gym sessions, film and music evenings, seedling exchanges and spontaneous gardening and touring meetings. Always welcome!
Students, researchers and professionals
We regularly organise field trips for schools and faculties, and work with experts in mental health, deinstitutionalisation, local communities and other fields of work on joint projects. To get involved, please contact us: email@example.com.
How to reach us?
Austria: R2 Murradweg
Ljubljana - Maribor (A1), exit Šentilj, direction Sladki Vrh, or exit Lenart, direction Trate
Lendava - Lenart (A5), exit Lenart, direction Trate
Graz - Spielfeld (A9), exit Gersdorf, direction Mureck
Zagreb - Ptuj (E59), exit Ptuj, direction Lenart, direction Trate
Mureck railway station, Austria; from there on foot or by bike (2,7 km map)
Maribor-Trate, via Lenart or Šentilj
Graz-Mureck (Austria), from there on foot or by bicycle (2.4 km)
2213 Zgornja Velka
On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Museum of Madness, we hosted two events on June 24, 2023 at Cmurek Cast
You are kindly invited to attend the two-day art embroidery workshop at the Museum of Madness Trate on Monday and Tues
On this year's Day for the Mura, we will meet at 15:00 on the forest path by the Cmurek Bridge and take a guided walk into
The Museum of Madness offers educational programmes for pupils, high school students and university students. Professional training and team building are available.
- Mura: free-flowing rivers, nature conservation, climate crisis, environmental justice.
- Madness: mental health, rights of people with disabilities, human rights, social inclusion.
- The history of Cmurek: from the 12th century onwards, life along the border.
- Art: madness and creativity.
The content and duration of the programme are adapted to the interest and wishes of the visitors.