House of the Good Shepherd
This Rococo-style building was built by a Bratislava merchant in the second half of the 18th century. A small statue representing Christ on one side of the façade gives the house the name of the Good Shepherd. After its reconstruction in 1975, the National Museum opened here a unique exhibition of historical clocks, mostly built by local craftsmen.
It is located near the New Bridge and it is one of the two houses that fortunately were not demolished during the 60s. In its surroundings, on the way to the castle, there are nice cafes, a couple of restaurants and an excellent wine cellar.