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2021.10.12. - 2021.11.28.
Budapest
2021.10.10. - 2021.11.28.
Budapest
2021.10.10. - 2021.11.28.
Budapest
2021.10.06. - 2021.12.05.
Budapest
2021.10.01. - 2021.10.01.
Fehérvárcsurgó
2021.09.24. - 2022.01.30.
Budapest
2021.08.27. - 2021.10.17.
Budapest
2021.07.30. - 2021.10.03.
Budapest
2021.07.29. - 2021.10.03.
Budapest
2021.06.25. - 2021.10.17.
Budapest
2021.06.22. - 2021.12.31.
Debrecen
2012.03.01. - 2012.03.31.
Vác
2012.02.01. - 2012.02.29.
Miskolc
2012.01.22. - 1970.01.01.
Budapest
2011.10.04. - 1970.01.01.
Nagykáta
2011.10.01. - 1970.01.01.
Nagykáta
2011.10.01. - 1970.01.01.
Nagykáta
2011.09.30. - 1970.01.01.
Nagykáta
2011.09.30. - 1970.01.01.
Nagykáta
2011.07.04. - 2011.07.08.
Budapest
Dubniczay Palace - Art House - Veszprém
Address: 8200, Veszprém Vár utca 29.
Phone number: (88) 560-507
Opening hours: 01.05-31.10.: Tue-Sun 10-18
01.11-30.04.: Tue-Sun 10-17
construction industry, economy, heavy industry, industry, permanent exhibition
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Museum tickets, service costs:
Individual ticket for adults
(Irokéz Collection + Castle Gallery)
1000 HUF
Individual ticket for adults
(Tegularium + Granay)
1000 HUF
Group ticket for adults
(Irokéz Collection + Castle Gallery, min. 10 people)
800 HUF
/ capita
Group ticket for adults
(Tegularium + Granay , min. 10 people)
800 HUF
/ capita
Individual ticket for students
(Irokéz Collection + Castle Gallery)
800 HUF
Individual ticket for students
(Tegularium + Granay)
800 HUF
Group ticket for students
(Irokéz Collection + Castle Gallery, min. 10 people)
600 HUF
/ capita
Group ticket for students
(Tegularium + Granay, min. 10 people)
600 HUF
/ capita
Individual ticket for pensioners
(Irokéz Collection + Castle Gallery)
800 HUF
Individual ticket for pensioners
(Tegularium + Granay)
800 HUF
Group ticket for pensioners
(Irokéz Collection + Castle Gallery, min. 10 people)
600 HUF
/ capita
Group ticket for pensioners
(Tegularium + Granay, min. 10 people)
600 HUF
/ capita
Ticket for families
(Irokéz Collection + Castle Gallery, 2 adults + max. 4 children)
1800 HUF
/ family
Ticket for families
(Tegularium + Granay, 2 adults + max. 4 children)
1800 HUF
/ family
Individual combined ticket for adults
(Irokéz Collection + Castle + Gallery Tegularium + Granay)
1500 HUF
Individual combined ticket for adults
(all exhibitions of Art House)
2500 HUF
Group combined ticket for adults
(Irokéz Collection + Castle + Gallery Tegularium + Granay, min. 10 people)
1000 HUF
/ capita
Group combined ticket for adults
(all exhibitions of Art House, min. 10 people)
1500 HUF
/ capita
Individual combined ticket for students
(Irokéz Collection + Castle + Gallery Tegularium + Granay)
1000 HUF
Individual combined ticket for students
(all exhibitions of Art House)
1500 HUF
Group combined ticket for students
(Irokéz Collection + Castle + Gallery Tegularium + Granay, min. 10 people)
800 HUF
/ capita
Group combined ticket for students
(all exhibitions of Art House, min. 10 people)
1000 HUF
/ capita
Individual combined ticket for pensioners
(Irokéz Collection + Castle + Gallery Tegularium + Granay)
1000 HUF
Individual combined ticket for pensioners
(all exhibitions of Art House)
1500 HUF
Group combined ticket for pensioners
(Irokéz Collection + Castle + Gallery Tegularium + Granay, min. 10 people)
800 HUF
/ capita
Group combined ticket for pensioners
(all exhibitions of Art House, min. 10 people)
1000 HUF
/ capita
Combined ticket for families
(Irokéz Collection + Castle + Gallery Tegularium + Granay, 2 adults + max. 4 children)
2500 HUF
/ family
Combined ticket for families
(b, 2 adults + max. 4 children)
4000 HUF
/ family
The Romans were the first to produce brick in the territory of Hungary. The name 'tégla' also originates from the Latin word "tegula". The first brick marks were also inherited from the Romans - they stamped the legion number into the still wet product, that is, they draw a circle, a cross or other symbols made up of simple forms. It was a frequent occurrence during the drying of the clay products that house animals ran across them: thus, we also inherited a number of dog and cat footprints from the Roman age on some beautiful pieces.

The Magyars began to burn bricks in the Early Arpad age (about 1,000 years ago). Restoration of our early Gothic temples from the Romanesque age revealed a couple of beautiful stamped bricks in the walls. It is a Hungarian peculiarity that the customer or the manufacturer had its initials, the date, or a baron's, earl's or duke's coronet or a combination of these engraved into the bottom of the mould or had the brick stamped by a "brand", or had some adages inscribed on it for improving its appearance or maybe to advertise the product.

Brickmakers of towns and villages stamped the name of the place into their bricks while the ecclesiastic leaders marked their bricks with the initials of Jesus, the symbol of their order or the initials of the abbey.