Hungarian Ispita

Originally a spital, this 18th century heritage building houses the private collection of the late art historian Dr. Péter Váczy (1904–1994). The collection comprises Renaissance and Baroque furniture and works of fine and applied arts.

Visitors can also find Greek, Roman and Hungarian archaeological remains from the Middle Ages, a Chinese tri-layer terra-cotta tomb-guarding warrior, Oriental rugs from the 19th century, glass, silver and bronze artefacts, Chinese ceramic ware, chandeliers and wall fittings. The building is also home to exhibitions consisting of artwork created by contemporary artists.