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Veszprém
Dezső Laczkó Museum

8200 Veszprém, Erzsébet sétány 1.
8201 Veszprém, Pf. 32.
Telefon: (88) 426-081, (88) 788-191, fax: (88) 426-081

Ünnepi nyitva tartás:
dec 24. 2011.
CLOSED
dec 27–30. 2011.
OPEN
dec 31. 2011. – jan 13. 2012.
CLOSED

Opening hours
Tuesday – Sunday 10.00 – 18.00
Monday closed.

admission fee:
House (Permanent and temporary exhibitions)
Adult: 1000 HUF
Student/Pensioner: 600 HUF
Family (2A + 2Ch): 2900 HUF
Group A/S (minimum of 10 people visiting and buying ticket at the same time): 800 / 500 HUF

Permanent exhibition: Exhibition of the local history, Spectacle library and Traasury of Knowledge (2 for 1)
Adult: 500 HUF
Student/Pensioner: 300 HUF
Family: 1400 HUF
Group A/S (minimum of 10 people visiting and buying ticket at the same time): 400 / 250 HUF

One temporary exhibition *
Adult: 500 HUF
Student/Pensioner: 300 HUF
Family: 1400 HUF
Group A/S (minimum of 10 people visiting and buying ticket at the same time): 400 / 250 HUF

* It is NOT valid for special exhibition. Please ask at the reception

On 24 May 1925, the 100 year-old county museum opened the doors of the "palace of culture," built to the plans of István Medgyaszay, to a public interested in historical treasures. In the permanent exhibition Millennia of the Bakony and the Balaton Uplands, visitors are shown the ancient history of the county, through the treasures of various archaeological ages. After the Conquest, the establishment and organisation of the Hungarian Monarchy was a decisive turning point. By the acceptance of Christianity, 1000 years ago, Grand Duke Géza and his son, King Stephen I, guaranteed the country a position among the states of Europe. Veszprém county was part of the property of the royal Árpád family. Veszprém is the county town - one of the first secular and ecclesiastical centres. Hungary flourished in the Middle Ages, but was split into three sections due to the Turkish occupation, and in terms of population and material resources, was to a large extent destroyed. Reconstruction began in the early 18th century, and the struggles for national independence, the initiation of civil development and the creation of contemporary social conditions may be followed through two centuries of historical, cultural and art treasures.

 

Dezso Laczko Museum
H-8200 Veszprém, Erzsébet sétány 1.
tel: +36-88-564-311
fax: +36-88-426-081

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