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Hungarian Open Air Museum - Szentendre
Easter branch collecting in the Open-Air Museum
Address: 2000, Szentendre Sztaravodai út
Phone number: (26) 502-500, (26) 502-501
Opening hours: 01.11-27.03.: Sat-Sun 10-16
01.04-31.10.: Tue-Fri 9-17
12-13.11.: 9-18
recommended age: 11 - 18 year
event
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Ticket prices
Program ticket
600 HUF
/ capita
Museum pedagogy contact person
Angeli Adrienn
(26) 502-511
Equipment in the institute
Professionals:
interpreter, kindergarten teacher, museologist
Rooms:
activity room, lecture room, workshop (rooms)
Leisure equipment:
accessible restroom, baggage room, Braille signs, buffet, cloakroom, gift shop, medical office nearby, palpable exhibition, playground, rest stop, restaurant nearby, tea room
Traffic:
accessible building, museum map, parking lot, vehicle inside the building
Location: West-Transdanubia region, The Upper Tisza region
Related exhibitions
1970.01.01. 01:00
The Great Hungarian Plain is generally considered as the typical Hungarian region. The best known Hungarian words all over the world – puszta, csárda, betyár, gulyás, paprika – are also connected here. Specific natural formations of this territory are the bleak flatland with its alkaline soil, the mirage, the sand drift, or the shallow waters and thick reeds providing home for a colourful avifauna. continue
1970.01.01. 01:00
The two rows of houses facing each other in the regional unit are definitely different: on one side there are stately brick buildings while on the other humble, earthen walled, thatched or reed covered ones can be seen. The exhibition's aim is to reflect the ethnographic versatility of Kisalföld through its traditions and changing. continue
1970.01.01. 01:00
A village from South Transdanubia
Southern Transdanubia, i.e. Baranya, Somogy, Tolna and Zala Counties used to be a densely populated area, strewn by small villages, the greater part of which lost its population during the Turkish occupation. Since the 16th century Serbians, Catholic Serbians, Croatians and Hungarians have coexisted in this region. The tradition of busójárás, having been a famous carnival custom for a long time in Mohács, is of Croatian origin. continue