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Town Museum - Paks
Address: 7030, Paks Deák F. u. 2.
Phone number: (75) 830-373, (75) 830-374
Opening hours: Winter: Tue 10-16, Wed-Sun 10-17
Summer: Tue 10-16, Wed-Sun 10-18
The new institution of the Town Museum of Paks is formed from the local historic-ethnographic collection. The Self-government of the town decided its establishment in 1993 and the construction works began in 1994.

The region from where the ethnographic and historic material is collected is the civic center of the town of Paks.

The museum is located in the cottage known as Cseh-Vigyázó (Chech Guard) or the Mádi Kovács (The Smith of Mád) in the center of downtown.

The visitors are welcome to see the permanent exhibition in five wards in the main building, as well as temporary exhibitions in the ward made for the occasions, the stone collection in the cellar and the memorial room of the poet Pákolitz István.

By now, the institution acquired a significant archeological-local history and ethnographic collection shown in the framework of temporary exhibitions.
Permanent exhibitions
A taste of the exhibition
The stone collection located in the cellar of the cottage includes gravestones from the Roman era found in the region of Dunak├Âml┼Ĺd-Lussonium, remains of Gothic buildings, as well as the original pieces of a Baroque Holy Trinity statue from the beginning of the 19th century. continue
A taste of the exhibition
The visitors may learn of the history of Paks and its surrounding area from the ancient times until the turn of the 19th century. The first ward holds material found around the settlement taking us back to the ancient times until the appearance of the Celtics. The next ward presents the findings of the excavation at Paks-Dunak├Âml┼Ĺd Botty├ín-Mound performed from 1969. The material presents the history of the Pannonia Lussonium soldier camp. continue
The memorial room of István Pákolicz
The poet István Pákolitz was born in Paks in 1919. After his death, his widow donated the literal heritage of István Pákolitz, the furniture of his study, and his personal belongings to the Town Museum. continue