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Tatabánya Museum - Tatabánya
Address: 2800, Tatabánya Szent Borbála tér 1.
Phone number: (34) 688-192
Opening hours: Wed-Sun 10-18
permanent exhibition
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Museum tickets, service costs:
Ticket for adults
900 HUF
Individual ticket for adults
700 HUF
Group ticket for adults
(up to 10 people)
4000 HUF
/ group
Ticket for students
500 HUF
Group ticket for students
(up to 10 people)
3000 HUF
/ group
Ticket for pensioners
500 HUF
Group ticket for pensioners
(up to 10 people)
3000 HUF
/ group
Ticket for families
2500 HUF
Program ticket
600 HUF
Photography
1500 HUF

Based on the Museum Tatabánya broad range of collection, and its collection that developed accordingly a complex presentation of the city and its surrounding has been sought for some time now. Designing our new permanent exhibition, we did not want to deviate from this concept. However, we wanted to have or a new approach via means of historical ecological research methods, results, and spirit. This scientific approach that is still relatively young makes phenomena players in history and also studies processes, examining a particular period, which took place in culture during adaptation to the environment and also which led to a change in the environment itself. By using historical ecology both high time and space it is possible to illustrate the history of our environment. Accordingly, we chose the space and the time and the time period: about the appearance of By-and-for and humanity from the Ice Age until the 1970s It is symbolised by a rest place in the forest. Here the visitors will find general information and a demonstration of natural valuesof the area, indicating the places to visit as well. According to the message of the exhibition, people living in the region up till the the 20th century, adapted to its environment, and took as much from the nature as he has been able to regenerate. However, after radical and extremely harmful changes in the 20th century we need to get back to nature, we have to safeguard and protect it so that we will have a livable natural environment in the future.

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