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Hungarian Open Air Museum - Szentendre
Easter branch collecting in the Open-Air Museum
Address: 2000, Szentendre Sztaravodai út
Phone number: (26) 502-500, (26) 502-501
Opening hours: 01.11-27.03.: Sat-Sun 10-16
01.04-31.10.: Tue-Fri 9-17
12-13.11.: 9-18
Visitors can sense the athmosphere of the original villages, as they walk up and down the streets and among the workshops, buildings and yards. Visitors can learn about crafts rare or completely forgotten by today. Traditional feasts, habits and foods of the village society are also represented. continue
Permanent exhibitions
The Upper-Tisza regional unit represents the folk architecture of the inhabitants living in the north-eastern corner of the country, a territory wedged between Slovakia, the Ukraine and Romania. continue
The Great Hungarian Plain is generally considered as the typical Hungarian region. The best known Hungarian words all over the world – puszta, csárda, betyár, gulyás, paprika – are also connected here. Specific natural formations of this territory are the bleak flatland with its alkaline soil, the mirage, the sand drift, or the shallow waters and thick reeds providing home for a colourful avifauna. continue
The Village Region in Northern Hungary
The North-Hungarian Village Region was ceremoniously opened on 25 June 2010. It is to deal with the traditional architecture and lifestyle in the Ipoly and Bodrog Interfluve area. The setting consists of 12 houses and 26 outbuildings, with 5000 original artefacts. continue
Keresztély, Lőrinc, János, Anna or Teréz? Who are they? Where are they from? What happened to them and their family after WWII? Our permanent exhibitio is to remember the history of the house in Hidas where a Swabian family used to live in the past.

The exhibition is to remember the substitution of Swabian families in the village of Hidas after WWII, with all the pain and difficulties of the events. Entering the rooms, the visitors find situation cards which direct them to take on the role of someone who once used to live there. Walking on, the visitors may identify more and more with their character. They can find out about what kind of food their character used to have, how it was dressed, and finally, all the fear, chaos of the times when she or he had to leave his or her home.

So, who was Jusztina, Aladár, Lajos? Learn more about them!

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