Museums, Galleries 17 results
  • Fortress Museum and Stone Collection

    The fortress in Szeged was built in the second half of the 13th century, probably with the extension of the already existing fortress.
  • Dorozsma Rural House

    The sights of Szeged include the Dorozsmai Country House and the Farmer's House. Szeged-Kiskundor...
  • Interactive Science Knowledgestore

    How many legs does a centipede have? How many different kinds of falcons live in Hungary? What does antimony-glance look like?
  • Szent-Györgyi Albert Agóra

    The centre was opened in December 2012 with the aims of presenting the research results of the region in a simple and understandable way and directing children's attention to natural sciences.
  • Kass Gallery

    The collection located in the centre of Szeged, funded in 1985, presents the works by graphic artist, sculptor, stamp designer, Kossuth Prize winner, twice Munkácsy Prize winner, and also an honorary citizen of Szeged, János Kass (1927-2010).
  • Black House

    The building standing at the corner of Somogyi and Kelemen Street is unique in its style, appearance and location.
  • Móra Ferenc Museum

    The most impressive product of the building fever of the millennium in Szeged is the Palace for Public Education built in neo-classicist style in 1896.
  • Sándor Koch Mineral Collection

    The collection named after Professor Sándor Koch, a passionate researcher of mineralogy, and one-time head of the Institute of Mineralogy and Petrology of the university in Szeged.
  • Albert Szent-Györgyi Memorial Room in Déri Miksa High School

      The building of the school was built in 1914. It worked as a military hospital ...
  • Water Works Memorial

    The indoor exhibitions feature: Please note that due to renovation work, the exhibitions in the ...
  • Szent-Györgyi Albert Memorial Room

    The biochemist Albert Szent-Györgyi (1893-1986) carried on his researches started in Cambridge and Groeningen at the University of Szeged as the head...
  • Reök Palace

    The architect Ede Magyar was thirty in 1907, when he constructed Reök Palace, an exemplary piece of Hungarian secession.