Juliane room is reconstruction of a painting studio Countess Juliana Erdődy Draskovic (1847-1,901). Although not made great opus, Juliane marked the beginning of our Munich academic realism. Born in 1847 in Bratislava, in the branch of the family Erdődy who had their possessions in Bratislava and New Marof. All of her surroundings in work and daily life to stay Trakoscan, is still in the studio with an easel, chair color palette, piano and pictures. There is also a significant part of her oeuvre, and certainly noteworthy portraits of women in traditional costumes from around Trakošćan portrait of her husband John, and a self-portrait with piano. In addition to its image in the corner of the studio, there are portraits of Juliana Draskovic and her sister Valerie Erdődy painted by Johann Till around 1870s. Elements such as window curtains, carpet and mangal area give an oriental spirit, very popular in the late 19th century. Interesting neo-Gothic furnace is heated with hot air which is circulated from the lower furnace room.