The permanent exhibition informs those interested about the past of Veszprém and its surroundings. The exhibitions are based on more than 100 years of collection.
The forefather of today’s museum opened– owing to the work of director Dezső Laczkó – in 1904. Then mainly archaeological and natural science finds were displayed here. The expansion of the collection necessitated the acquisition of a separate building – today’s Dezső Laczkó Museum – that made it possible to display these valuable assets properly. The hall of the building is decorated with a painting by Erzsébet Udvardi and several statues.
The 100-year-old four-storey cultural palace of the centre of Veszprém was constructed on the basis of István Medgyaszay’s design. The Veszprém County Museum and Library, the first public library of the country – today a goldmine for hundreds of researchers – as well as the databank and photo collection operated here. There are academic and educational lectures and events related to the exhibitions and collections, museum pedagogical classes so important for the youth in order to get to know our county, guided tours and the Museum Friends’ Club awaits those interested. In the souvenir shop you can buy academic and popular-science publications related to the findings of the researchers, copies of works of art and folk art products.
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|Address:||8200 Veszprém, Erzsébet Promenade 1.|
|Phone number:||+36 88 799 191|
|Open:||1st January- 31st December|
From 7st January to 14th March Tuesday - Saturday from 10 a.m to 6 p.m
From 15st March to 20th December Tuesday - Sunday from 10 a.m to 6 p.m
Professional guidance is availabl in English language.
Adults 1600 HUF
Students / Retired 800 HUF
Family ticket (2 Adults+ max. 2 Children) 3200 HUF + extra child: 300 HUF
Group ticket (min. 15 adult / student / pensioner): 1200 / 600 HUF
(It is valid for all exhibitions in the Museum.)