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Kiskun Museum - Kiskunfélegyháza
The museum building
Address: 6100, Kiskunfélegyháza Dr. Holló Lajos út 9.
Phone number: (76) 461-468
Opening hours: 01.04-30.11: Tue-Fri 8:00-16:00, Sat 9-17
01.12-31.31.:Mon-Fri only on prior notice
recommended age: 3 - 10 year
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Museum tickets, service costs:
Ticket for adults
1200 HUF
Ticket for students
600 HUF
Ticket for pensioners
600 HUF
Combined ticket for adults
(valid for Kiskun Museum + Ferenc Móra Memorial House + Sándor Petőfi Memorial Hall)
2000 HUF
Combined ticket for students
(valid for Kiskun Museum + Ferenc Móra Memorial House + Sándor Petőfi Memorial Hall)
1000 HUF
Combined ticket for pensioners
(valid for Kiskun Museum + Ferenc Móra Memorial House + Sándor Petőfi Memorial Hall)
1000 HUF
Group walk ticket
8000 HUF
Program ticket
500 HUF
Group program ticket
2000 HUF
Individual season ticket
15000 HUF
Combined season ticket for a year for students
(valid for Kiskun Museum + Ferenc Móra Memorial House + Sándor Petőfi Memorial Hall)
1500 HUF
Combined season ticket for a year for pensioners
(valid for Kiskun Museum + Ferenc Móra Memorial House + Sándor Petőfi Memorial Hall)
1500 HUF
Guide
500 HUF
Group guide
5000 HUF
Photography
1000 HUF
Video
1000 HUF
Wedding photographs
10000 HUF
Museum pedagogy contact person
Mészáros Márta
(76) 461-468
Equipment in the institute
Professionals:
museologist
Rooms:
lecture room
Leisure equipment:
baggage room, cloakroom, gift shop, medical office nearby, rest stop, restaurant nearby, seat cushions
Traffic:
museum map, parking lot
Related exhibitions
Félegyháza was established in the 14th century. It was a small village then with a small church made of stone. The Turkish burned down the habitat in 1526. In the following 200 years it was a bleak. The exhibition presents the history of the habitat repopulated in 1743 until the middle of 1920. continue
The reconstructed wind mill
The wind mill was built in 1860. Later it was moved to the courtyard of the Kiskun Museum, where it can be seen in its original state as an exhibited object and popular monument. The carved wooden structure and the wooden floor of the mill are especially attractive. continue