Hungarian Museum of Naive Artists
Toy Museum & Workshop
Next door to the Hungarian Museum of Naive Artists, this museum has a large collection of rather spooky 19th- and early-20th-century...
The late-baroque Great Church, dedicated in 1806, dominates Kossuth tér, the southeasternmost of the main squares. Large tablets on the...
Leskowsky Musical Instrument Collection
This private collection traces the development of music-making over the centuries and has an assemblage of some 150 musical instruments...
Kecskemét Cultural Centre
The cultural centre sponsors some events and is a good source of information.
This is business-lunch territory but not for nothing as the rather inventive menu changes seasonally, and options might include stuffed...
Hungarian Museum of Naive Artists information
Lonely Planet review
Arguably the city’s most interesting museum and one of the few of its kind in Europe, the Hungarian Museum of Naive Artists is in Stork House (1730) just off Petőfi Sándor utca. There are lots of folksy themes here, but the warmth and craft of Rozália Albert Juhászné’s work, the druglike visions of Dezső Mokry-Mészáros and the bright and comical paintings of András Süli should hold your attention. Something extra special is the work of István Kada – a Hungarian Grandma Moses – and János Balázs, whose glass paintings are somehow Magritte-like.