Opening exhibitions
Event calendar
2017. August
Permanent exhibition
Hungarian Jewish Museum and Archives, Budapest


This year, The Hungarian Jewish Museum and Archives was first opened 100 ago. On occasion of the anniversary, the institution is undergoing a complete renovation. Perhaps the most important moment of that is that the permanent exhibition that has not been changed for more than thirty years is to be redone. continue
Permanent exhibition
Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest

19th century painting, sculpture

Our exhibition, presenting 19th-century art, surveys the work of almost 100 years, beginning in the late 18th century. Here we can see almost all the important works from the time of National Romanticism that have for generations determined the national visual memory. Including such major emblematic works of historical painting as The Women of Eger, The Mourning of L├íszl├│ Hunyadi and The Christening of Vajk, the most significant historical paintings by Viktor Madar├ísz, M├│r Than, S├índor Liezen-Mayer, Bertalan Sz├ękely, and Gyula Bencz├║r fill two impressive rooms on the first floor.

In the adjacent rooms the visitor can see landscapes by K├íroly Mark├│ as well as major works by J├│zsef Borsos, Mikl├│s Barab├ís, Mih├íly Zichy, Gyula Bencz├║r, and Bertalan Sz├ękely. A separate room presents the work of the greatest renewers of 19th-century Hungarian art: P├íl Szinyei-Merse, Mih├íly Munk├ícsy and L├íszl├│ Pa├íl. The one-time ballroom of the palace displays works of Naturalist and early plein-air painting that in many instances paved the way to Modernism. Works by L├íszl├│ Medny├ínszky, G├ęza M├ęsz├Âly, Lajos De├ík-├ëbner, Simon Holl├│sy, and Istv├ín Cs├│k form the backbone of this unit.

The Rákosi album, in which the people of Dunaújváros applied for the name of Sztálin
Permanent exhibition
Intercisa Museum, Dunaújváros

The history of Dunaújváros

The exhibition demonstrates the history of the building and development of the town up to the beginning of the 1970'ies. An exciting documen is the so-called Red book in which the citizens of our town solicited for the name Stalin to become the name of the town. continue
A taste of the exhibition
Permanent exhibition
Attila J├│zsef Museum, Mak├│

Strenuous Centuries - The history of the town of Mak├│ from its rebuilding to the change of the social system (1699-1989)

The new permanent exhibition at the Attila József Museum of Makó managed by the Csongrád County self-government Opened on 26 June, after six-month's work. The showing fulfilling requirements of the 21st century presents the history of the town of Makó after the resettling of 1699 after expulsion of the Turkish to the change of regime in 1989. continue
Permanent exhibition
Kogart House, Budapest


This also means that what you can see on the walls and in between them at our new exhibition are only nodes on the many strands of the KOGART Collection. continue
Eger castle
Permanent exhibition
István Dobó Museum, Eger

The history of the castle in Eger

The first church of the Episcopate of Eger was built on the Castle Hill. Later the Roman and Gothic Cathedrals were built next to it. After the Tatar prowled Hungary, the castle was fortified and was continuously under construction until the beginning of the 18th century. The castle became known country-wide after it was heroically defended in 1552. It has been the symbol of patriotism since. continue
The museum building
The plant plays crucial role in saving buffalo and buffalo genes in Hungary. It is also the centre of information about the animal where the visitors can meet the animals in person. continue
A taste of the exhibition
The main idea of the exhibition was to embed the work of the scientist into the history of physics of the last century. The typical objects presenting the history of development lead the visitors through electricity, mechanics etc. Off course, the objects once owned by Jedlik are emphasized. István Jedlik took on the name Ányos after he was taken in by the order. continue
The building of the Fabricius House
Nominator of the house, Endre Fabricius town mayer bought the house in 1806. The building gives home to several exhibitions. There are Roman grave stones, altar stones and statues in the gothic and baroque cellar. The stone collection contains relics originated from Scarbantia - the Roman equivalent of Sopron. The medieval cellar serving as the exhibition space covers the rambles of Roman buildings. continue
G├ęza Kiss Orm├íns├íg Museum and Region House
At the beginning of the 1950'ies a few devoted teachers and educational experts decided to found a museum in Sellye, the "capital" of Orm├íns├íg regionÔÇŽ The collection was placed in the ethnographic department of the Janus Pannonius Museum, and in return the museum arranged an exhibition for the collection in Selye. This exhibition was opened in the Draskovich mansion on 4th April 1960, under the title of The Popular Arts of Orm├íns├íg. continue
In the Studio
"His art is highly regarded; his life is a paragon of virtue. If I wanted to characterise his art, I would recall those of his works in which his creative imagination believed itself beautiful and invulnerable. If I wanted to catch sight of his moral conduct, I would have to invoke his words and deeds." In this introduction, the student - Ferenc (Sebesta) Sebest├ęny (1907-1972), a painter born in Sopron who worked in Budapest, was one of J├│zsef Horv├íth's most distinguished students - recalls his late teacher and friend, reverently trying to evoke his spirit. continue
The museum building
The thached roofed house of Ferenc M├│ra's birth and childhood was built in the middle of the 19th century. The writer was born on 19th July 1879. The house was renovated and formed into a memorial house representing the life work of Ferenc M├│ra. continue
The first permanent flag exhibition of the world
Supported by the Cultural Centre and the local council of Józsefváros, the first Permanent Flag Exhibition of the world was opened on 20th October 1995. The collection represents the flags, arms and other interesting materials of the 5 continents. continue