The most impressive product of the building fever of the millennium in Szeged is the Palace for Public Culture built in neo-classicist style in 1896. The portico supported by Corinthian columns under a pediment and the light-coloured walls reflect the building’s dignity. It was originally intended to house Somogyi Library and the city museum. As director between 1917 and 1934, Ferenc Móra increased the number of exhibitions. Being a writer and a journalist as well, the director took part in ethnographic fieldwork and he made his mark as an archaeologist by doing excavations in the larger surroundings of Szeged. Today, the museum offers ethnography, natural history and fine art exhibitions related to Szeged and its surroundings along with large-scale temporary exhibitions.
On Saturdays from 2 July to 27 August 2022 the Museum is open from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Adult: 2.490 Ft*
Youth/Senior: 1.490 Ft**
Family* (2 parents + 2 children under the age of 18): 6.990 Ft (+700 Ft/each additional child)
Fee of services: 500 Ft***
Combined ticket (valid for a single entry to all the temporary and permanent exhibitions of the Móra Ferenc Museum and the Black House):
Adult: 3.590 Ft*
Youth/Senior: 2.190 Ft**
Family* (2 parents + 2 children under the age of 18): 9.990 Ft (+900 Ft/each additional child)
Fee of services: 800 Ft***
Móra Ferenc Museum viewing level (valid only with entrance of combinet tickets):
Adult: +700 Ft*
Youth/Senior: +500 Ft**
Family* (2 parents + 2 children under the age of 18): +2.000 Ft
Fee of services: +500 Ft***
* Includes fee of services
** Aged between 6-26 with a valid student card OR aged between 62-70 with a valid pensioner’s pass. Includes fee of services.
*** Fee of services (cloakroom, photography permit, toilet etc.)