Our own exhibitions
Nemesvámos - Baláca
- Roman Villa and Garden of Ruins
- Bakony House
- Dezso Laczkó Museum
- Firetower
Kővágóörs - Pálköve
- Endre Bajcsy-Zsilinszky Memorial Museum
Exhibitions managed by local governments
- József Egry Memorial Museum
- Róza Szegedy House Literary Memorial Museum
- Mór Jókai Memorial Museum
- Open-air Ethnography Museum
- Open-air Ethnography Museum

Róza Szegedy House Literary Memorial Museum

8261 Badacsony, Szegedy Róza u. 1.
Telefon: (87) 701-906

This exhibition is managed by the local govenment of Badacsonytomaj.

The house of imposing size and the adjoining land were brought into her marriage by Róza Szegedy when she became the wife of the poet Sándor Kisfaludy in 1800. Badacsony became the favourite residence of the pair. They led a lively social life, particularly during the extended vintage period. They were heavily involved with cultivation; Róza Szegedy's vermouth became famous throughout the country. The press house has been a literary memorial museum since 1953, and after renovation, an interior exhibition was opened in 1990. In the main building of the three, objects from the surroundings in which the couple lived are on display, as well as important stages in the life and carrier of Sándor Kisfaludy. In the premises where the once-famous spiced wine was prepared, visitors can find a selection of the classic wine verses of Hungarian literature. In the vine-dresser's house, manuscripts of verses on the theme of Lake Balaton by contemporary Hungarian poets bear witness to the radiant ethos of the region.


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

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