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Pesterzsébet Museum - Budapest
The museum building
Address: 1203, Budapest Baross utca 53.
Phone number: (1) 283-1779
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 10-18
The first museum of the outskirts of Budapest was founded in 1951. The first collection was based on the material of natural sciences and biology from the science lab saved by teachers under WWII. Later five locals continued collecting while they slowly began to focus on memories of local history. This is how the science lab turned into a museum of local history. continue
Permanent exhibitions
A taste of the exhibition
The fine art compilation of the Museum of Pesterzs√©bet includes several artworks related to the region. There are the tint- and pencil drawings of Nolipa Istv√°n P√°l, Bartl J√≥zsef and Musz√©ly √Āgoston, the aquarelles of Kadarkuti Rich√°rd, Bihary Istv√°n and Vajda Ferenc about varied period of the region. continue
A taste of the exhibition
The memorial room was furnished from the donations of Lili Neményi. The famous opera singer often performed in the local so-called 'wood theatre' before WWII. Her performances were always received with significant fervor. continue
A taste of the exhibition
The visitors to the exhibition first meet archaeological finds from South Pest. Objects from the Palaeolithic and Middle Ages borrowed from the Budapest Historic Museum, a review of the excavations and a number of pictures are shown. Following this section, the foundation of the habitation is reviewed: The people Erzsébetfalva and Kossuthfalva were named after, books, historic documents, maps and portraits of the founder. A giant map shows Erzsébetfalva in 1905. continue