In the scope of the Museum, there are three workshops whose task is to protect and restore items belonging to the cultural heritage, as well as to survey climatic conditions in the Museum.
The textile workshop has long been the only workshop in Slovenia capable of mending the fragile fabrics. In the 80s of the last century, the workshop started to work on precious tapestries kept in the Museum, boasting the richest collection of tapestries in Slovenia.
Metal workshop takes care of archaeological evidence, artefacts, weapons and armours, while another workshop deals with wooden furniture, artefacts and works of art made of wood.
In general, speaking of professional work, priority is given to the local museum items, although from time to time workshops accept to work as well on items belonging to private or other public institutions collections.
RELICVIARY WITH JANEZ NEPOMUK, presentation of conservation and restoration interventions
UNIFORM OF A MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATION OF BOYS ‘SECTIONS from the Museum of National Liberation Maribor, presentation of conservation and restoration interventions
SONČNIK from the Dolenjska Museum, presentation of conservation interventions
CONSERVATION and restoration again, presentation of interventions
PUTTA WITH THE COAT OF ARMS OF THE LESLIE AND MANNSFELD FAMILIES, presentation of interventions
GLASS from the late 14th century, presentation of interventions