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Béla Bartók Memorial House

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Hatvany Lajos Museum

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András Jósa Museum

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Dr. Batthyány-Strattmann László Museum

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Déri Museum

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Baranya County Museum Authority - Janus Pannonius Museum

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Kunsthalle

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Déri Museum

Béla Bartók Memorial House - Budapest
Béla Bartók Memorial House
Address: 1025, Budapest Csalán út 29.
Phone number: (1) 394-2100
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 10-17
The museum is closed on National, Bank Holidays.
The Bartók Béla Memorial House is located in one of the nicest places of Buda, over Pasarét, at 29 Csatán Street, Budapest. It is the house where the great composer last resided in Hungary. The three-storey mansion built in Secession style hosted the Bartók Family from 20 April 1932 to 12 October 1940. Bartók composed a number of masterpieces in this beautiful environment.

The Memorial Museum opened on the 100th anniversary of the birth of Béla Bartók. The reconstruction works were based on the design of the architect György Fazekas. On the 125th anniversary of Bartók's birth, in 2006, his legal heir Gábor Vásárhelyi offered his financial help to the renovation of the building for which the interior designer was Ágnes Virághalmy.

The visitors will see furniture Bartók used, as well as a number of his personal articles. The concert hall on the first floor regularly hosts chamber concerts.

A large garden surrounds the building. Entering the yard, the visitors will pass among pine trees and starry false spirea with the 'Magic Deer and Pure Source' statue by Yengibarian Mamikon in the middle. A stone covered theatron is located in front of the house for open air concerts with the Bartók statue by the sculptor by Imre Varga is right next to it.

A quotation by Bartók welcomes the visitors in the hall: 'I, in my part, will all through my life, always and in every possible way serve one objective: the betterment of the Hungarian nation and Hungary. ' However, since the language of music is international, it is natural to say that Bartók served the human race with his life and work.

Books, folders, CDs, DVDs, music sheets and postcards are on sale in the Music Shop downstairs.

Permanent exhibitions