2016.03.31.
Bakony House

2020.05.27.

2020.05.27.
Hungarian National Museum

2020.05.27.
András Jósa Museum

2020.05.27.

2020.05.27.
Déri Museum

2020.05.27.
National Theatre Historical Museum and Institute

2020.05.27.
Röszke Paprika Park - Paprika Plant and Museum

2020.05.26.
Dr. Batthyány-Strattmann László Museum

2020.05.26.
Hatvany Lajos Museum

2020.05.26.
Palóc Museum

Heroes' Gate - Veszprém
Address: 8200, Veszprém Vár u. 2.
Phone number: (88) 610-516, (88) 610-517
Opening hours: Temporarily closed.
Temporarily closed!
Permanent exhibitions
The showing on the first floor of the shop Várkapu deals with the history of the Fire Tower of Veszprém. The material consist of Copies of the documents from 1814 and 1891, original metal cylinders in which the documents have been preserved, coins, as well as a variety of interesting photos and descriptions summarizing the history of the monument. continue
The gate and its environment have been created with the unconcealed intention of projecting historical dimensions on each other. Our exhibition presents the Gate itself along with the memories that the Gate evolves. The gate is an integral part of the recent past, since we know that it has been set up as a war memorial in the first half of the 20th century. continue
World War 1 was still going on when it was ordered that each municipality should set up a monument for the fallen ones. Originally, the monument would have been dedicated to the 31th Royal Hungarian Infantry Regiment and the 7th Royal Hungarian Artillery Regiment. It would have stood in the spacious B√ļzapiac (‚ÄėGrainmarket‚Äô) Square, as it seemed to be an ideal scene for spectacular military parades. continue
The discrepancy between civilian and military claims for setting up the memorial resulted in new debates during the 1930s. continue