The Storno Collection is on the 2nd floor of Storno House , home to the Swiss-Italian family of Ferenc Storno, chimney sweep turned art...
Local history exhibition on the 1st floor of Storno House, including curiosities from the old town hall, works by István Dorfmeister and...
The 60m-high tower, from which trumpeters would warn of fire, mark the hour and watch for salespeople trying to smuggle in non-Sopron...
This wonderful new venue at the foot of the Firewatch Tower has stunning views through oversized windows, cutting-edge decor, and is...
Storno House information
Storno House, built in 1417, has an illustrious history, not least because King Matthias stayed here in 1482–3, and Franz Liszt played a number of concerts here in the mid-19th century. Later it was taken over by the Swiss-Italian family of Ferenc Storno, chimney sweep turned art restorer, whose recarving of Romanesque and Gothic monuments throughout Transdanubia divides opinions to this day. It contains the Storno Collection and the Boundless Story exhibition of local history.