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Kuny Domokos Museum - Tata
The castle of Tata
Address: 2890, Tata Váralja u. 1-3.
Phone number: (34) 381-251, (34) 381-251
Opening hours: K-V 9-18
The building of the castle is of a special interest. It was built from 1397 to 1409 on the territory of the Lackffy family where the Hills V├ęrtes and Gerecse meet, on a cliff surrounded by swamps and water. continue
Permanent exhibitions
A taste of the exhibition
The exhibition presents memoirs of the operation of the body of guilds: guild chests, jugs etc. A uniform interior presents the memoirs of the shoemaker guild with all the tools of a convivial gathering. We show the open guild chess, the seal, cups, pot belonging to the guild. There is a masterpiece made by an apprentice set to be inaugurated master, a little pair of boots. continue
A taste of the exhibition
The room introducing the 18th century presents contemporary objects and documents, as well as portraits of the judge, József Esterházy. The section related to the 19th century introduces the heydays of the estate after 1867, derbies organized there, as well as memoirs of the theatre built on the estate. continue
The room with frescoes from the Roman period
In the room upstairs, the reconstruction of a room with frescoes once located in Briegetio can be seen. Fragments from the 2nd century AD were found in 1961. The reconstruction of the frescoes took over three decades. Most of the scenes are involved with Greek mythology. Carvings from the era of the kings Zsigmons and M├íty├ís are located downstairs, as well as relics from the Benedictine monastery of V├ęrtesszentkereszt from the 12-13th century continue
A taste of the exhibition
Pottery has been practiced from the 18th century in Tata. Pottery products from Tata were exported to far away lands but could also be found in households around and in town. D├ęcor written in blue and green was a typical way of ornamenting pottery. continue