Kiscelli Museum

Kiscelli Museum

Address: 108 Kiscelli út,
Telephone: (36-1) 1888-560
(36-1) 2500-304

Opening hours:

From 1 April to 31 October: 10am - 6pm
From 1 November to 31 March: 10am - 4pm

Permanent exhibitions:

- Gold Lion Pharmacy
It was found by József Landerer in 1794. The furniture and the equipment dates from 1820-1860.
- Printing houses of the capital from the 18th-19th century.
A particularity of the exhibition is the famous printing-machine made by Landerer and Heckenast on which Sándor Petôfi's poet, the 'National Song' was printed. On March 15. 1848, Sándor Petôfi, a foremost patriotic poet of his country, stood up on the left-pillar of the stairway of the National Museum and recited to the crowd this fiery poet which he finished only hours earlier. This poem appealed to the nation to launch a revolution to liberate Hungary from the Habsburg oppression.
- Sculpture hall
This Baroque sculptures were risen up on Szentháromság tér in order to get protection agains the epidemic of the plague.
- Relics from Pest-Buda
- Picture gallery of the capital