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Gizi Bajor Actor Museum - Budapest
Address: 1124, Budapest Stromfeld Aurél út 16.
Phone number: (1) 225-3161
Opening hours: Wed-Sun 14-18
Since 1962, the Gizi Bajor Actors' Museum, which belongs to the Hungarian Theatre Museum and Institute, has been a unique site for the memory of the Hungarian theatre history. The permanent exhibition, opened in 2010, on the first floor of the museum, preserves the memory of the one-time owner of the villa, Gizi Bajor, one of the biggest actresses of the Hungarian stage: her memorial room displays her personal objects, stage props, while the visitors can get to know the details of her professional and private life. continue
Permanent exhibitions
The exhibition commemorates three significant artists born a hundred years ago. The exciting, colorful and often troubled life of Margit Lukács, Ági Mészáros and Klári Tolnay are exemplary for posterity. What was it like to be an actor? To be a woman? To love and be loved? continue
Jenő Huszka memorial room
The first room of the second floor introduces the visitors to the stars: Lujza Blaha, Sári Fedák, Hanna Honthy, the Latabárs, János Sárdi, and Róbert Rátonyi, and the composers: Jenő Huszka, Imre Kálmán, Ferenc Lehár of the most popular gender. It also introduces the theatre itself to the guests. continue