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Scientific Collections of the Trans-Danubian Division of the Calvinist Church - Pápa
Church enteriour
Address: 8500, Pápa Fő u. 6.
Phone number: (89) 324-240, (89) 310-193
Opening hours: 01.05-31.10.: Tue-Fri 8-16
The museum is closed presently

The museum is closed during the holidays.
calvinist, history of religion, history of the church, permanent exhibition, religions, story
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Museum tickets, service costs:
Ticket for adults
300 HUF
Ticket for students
200 HUF
Ticket for pensioners
200 HUF
Group ticket for assemblies
150 HUF
/ capita
Our exhibition was opened in the church (1784) built in late baroque-classicist style. The sacred and ecclesia historical (500 years) relics are placed in a sacred atmosphere. The exhibited materials are selected from the collections of our library, archive and museum. The period between the 16th century and 1945 is shown in various sections, with looking out to the national relations of politics and culture.
A taste of the exhibition
Pápa - during the time of reformation and in later centuries - played an important role in the religious life of Trans-Danubia. The Calvinist school was established in 1531. The school played an important role in the cultural and intellectual life of teh trown and in the rraining of the Calvinist intellects. Its history is closely connected to the history of the Calvinist church right from the beginning of the reformation. Here Gál Huszár published the first Hungarian translation of the Heidelberg Káté in 1577, which made the Calvinist faith directly accessible to the public.

The exhibition also demonstrates the scientific activities closely connected to the life of the school.