Did you know that

  • the Indians used hot peppers as tear gas and as a form of punishment?
  • the word paprika originated in the Szeged area and is known all over the world?
  • what is the difference between sweet and sweet peppers?
  • there was a paprika rebellion against the regulation of the paprika industry 100 years ago?
  • if you learn to make a stew, you can make at least ten other dishes?

And there’s much more you can learn at the Paprika Mill and Museum in Röszke.

PaprikaMolnár combines production with tradition in a unique way: in our Paprika Mill we produce excellent ground paprika and in our Paprika Museum we present the 200-year history of Szeged paprika culture. The museum is a private exhibition, created for tourism, tradition and education. It includes: a paprika and spice shop, an indoor exhibition and film screening, a garden visit from spring to autumn and nature studies in the biodiversity-friendly garden of the museum, a mill-inspection during the autumn processing period, and the Röszkei Rose Pepper Day.

The Paprika Museum can be visited with a guided tour or independently with the help of an audio guide during the opening hours of the Paprika Mill throughout the year. For guided tours or group and weekend visits, booking is required.


Röszke, II. körzet 50/B

The Paprika Museum is not a public institution. It’s a private collection and we can’t provide permanent staff to the Museum. For the same reason, our opening times are restricted, though we’d like to be open and accessible to all visitors.

Guided tours start at 11.00 and 13.00 from Monday to Friday. Preliminary booking or notice is advised!

For English language guide, for alternative visiting hours or for further information, contact us at:

Opening Hours:
Monday – Sunday: 7.00-15.30

Adult: 1.200 Ft
Student, teacher, pensioner: 600 Ft

Museum Shop

In our Museum Shop we are selling PaprikaMolnar’s own freshly milled paprika powders and other paprika products like paprika seedoil, flakes, spice mixtures sweet and hot and paprika pálinka. For gift ideas and products see our Paprika Webshop HERE.


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