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István Dobó Museum - Eger
Address: 3300, Eger Vár 1.
Phone number: (36) 312-744
Opening hours: Castle: 07.11-28.02.: Mon-Sun 9-18, 01.03-06.11.: Mon-Sun 9-22
Exhibitions: 07.11-28.02.: Tue-Sun 10-16, 01.03-06.11.: Mon-Sun 10-18
history, permanent exhibition
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Museum tickets, service costs:
Individual ticket for adults
2000 HUF
Individual ticket for adults
1000 HUF
Individual ticket for students
1000 HUF
Individual ticket for pensioners
500 HUF
Individual combined ticket for adults
(István Dobó Museum + Géza Gárdonyi Memorial Museum)
2400 HUF
Individual combined ticket for students
(István Dobó Museum + Géza Gárdonyi Memorial Museum)
1200 HUF
Individual combined ticket for students
(István Dobó Museum + Géza Gárdonyi Memorial Museum + Sándor Ziffer Gallery)
1400 HUF
Individual combined ticket for pensioners
(István Dobó Museum + Géza Gárdonyi Memorial Museum)
1200 HUF
Individual combined ticket for pensioners
(István Dobó Museum + Géza Gárdonyi Memorial Museum + Sándor Ziffer Gallery)
1400 HUF
Individual combined season ticket for a year for adults
(István Dobó Museum + Géza Gárdonyi Memorial Museum + Sándor Ziffer Gallery)
2800 HUF
Group guide for adults
500 HUF
/ capita
Group guide for students
300 HUF
/ capita
Group guide for pensioners
300 HUF
/ capita
Group guide
6000 HUF
/ group
Group guide
12000 HUF
/ group
Individual wedding photographs
12000 HUF
A new interactive exhibition has opened in the Dobó Bastion, focusing on the pieces of the Péterváry-collection purchased by the support of the Hungarian National Bank's “Értéktár” programme, complemented by the items of our museum’s collection.
Weapons Exhibition - Muster of Arms
Chronologically and geographically, the collection covers a wide range of weapons from the Middle Ages to the World War I, from Europe to Africa and the Middle East. In addition to the Ottoman weapons and the contemporary Hungarian arms, that form the backbone of the collection, the exhibition also seeks to interpret the development of weaponry and the revolutionary impact of gunpowder.