2020.08.06.
Hungarian National Gallery

2020.07.30.
Déri Museum

2020.07.30.
Hatvany Lajos Museum

2020.07.30.
András Jósa Museum

2020.07.30.
Dr. Batthyány-Strattmann László Museum

2020.07.30.
Röszke Paprika Park - Paprika Plant and Museum

2020.07.30.

2020.07.30.

2020.07.30.

2020.07.30.

2020.07.30.

2020.07.30.
Castle Museum Nagyvázsony

2020.07.30.

Municipal Museum of Pásztó - Pásztó
The museum building
Address: 3060, Pásztó Múzeum tér 5.
Phone number: (32) 460-194
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8-16, Sat 9-15
The reconstruction work of the medieval glassworks in 1989. In the monastery the Benjámin Rajeczky memorial room and the first exhibition of the cistercian order. The library of the town had been functioning in the museum building till 1997. In October 1997 the permanent exhibition entitled "To the memory of Kálmán Csohány". continue
Permanent exhibitions
A taste of the exhibition
The permanent exhibition of graphic artist Kálmán Csohány was opened in 2001 in a monument building built in the 1870'ies. Since 1990 the general public had been able to find 50 works of the master in two museum rooms. However, thanks to the opening of the galery, now we can see about 150 individual works of the master. Kálmán Csohány wrote about himself in his autobiography as follows. continue
A taste of the exhibition
A new exhibition on the history of the town opened at the Pásztó Museum at the end of 2007, on the 600th anniversary of Pásztó's declaration to market town. continue
A taste of the exhibition
The building has three divisions: the portal leads ibto the kitchen, and the room opening to the North was served as a lard. Herein there were three pieces of grain container dug into the floor. These holes proved a real archaeological sensation, for almost the whole scale of th 15-16th century housekeeping instruments were discovered in hem. Possibly the news of the Turkish approach (1551) made the school master to flee and carefully hide his values in the holes. continue
A taste of the exhibition
The exhibition is arranged in the western wing of the first floor of the monastery. Visitors can follow up the most characteristic minerals and fossils, as well as the geografical conditions of their formation. There is an elefant found in the Salgótarján basin, as well as prehistoric plant imprints from Ipolytarnóc. continue