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The County House of Bátaszék - Bátaszék
The museum building
Address: 7140, Bátaszék Szabadság u. 24.
Phone number: (74) 493-690, (20) 471-9776
Opening hours: On prior notice
The prestigious peasant home suggesting financial stability has hosted the collection of relics of the three largest ethnical groups living in Bátaszék since June 2000.

The façade is decorated with original stucco. The gate and the door have original wooden ornament. A long porch is attached all the way the building where cylinder shaped poles hold the roof.

The building mirrors the lifestyle of those who once lived in it. The vine press is located right after the living quarter. There is a cellar underneath of rooms. All these suggest vinicultures. The barn and granary is located at the back of the building. Barn to keep corn in is located in the backyard.

The building in the side served as living quarters of the oldest couple who were not involved in farming any longer.

The Ethnography Collection is located in four rooms in the main building. The room facing the street was the "clean room" of the German. Cloths worn on holidays, old furniture, and folk cloths on mannequins are shown to the audience. Period photos and books are witnesses of events of the past. The next room is the kitchen also furnished based on German tradition. The visitors can see wonderful handiwork, embroidery, curtain, original fitting and accessories. The next room hosts the Székely exhibition, the forth room was furnished by the Upper Hungarians.

The showing opened in 2000 is continuously added to. First a school history exhibition opened in the side building. In the other one, a showing is open of tools of old professions. At the same time, the barn in the backyard hosts agricultural machines and tools.

A rich Archaeological exhibition opened in the cellar underneath the house in May 2005.

In the shorter wing of the cellar, tools of viniculture and winery are on display.