Visit Szentendre Skanzen on this private 6-hour tour with a personal guide. The open-air ethnographic museum near Budapest presents Hungarian folk architecture, interior decor, farming practices, and other ways of life from the mid-18th century to the mid-20th century. You'll see original objects, step inside relocated peasant houses arranged in old settlement patterns, observe craftsmen at work, admire traditional dress, and listen to authentic Hungarian folk music. Pricing is per group, based on a maximum of five people. Entrance fee not included.
After pickup from your Budapest hotel at your preferred departure time, you're taken to Szentendre Skanzen. Pay the entrance fee and follow your guide for a personalized tour of the Hungarian open-air museum. With 40 buildings in 10 sections, it holds the largest ethnographic collection in Hungary, including cultural exhibitions from every region of the country. See preserved folk monuments such as peasant houses, a wooden church, furniture, craftsmen's tools, folk costumes, and art objects from the mid-18th to mid-20th centuries — all transported here to enrich the collection of Hungary's national heritage. Demonstrations of Hungarian folk handicrafts and other cultural programs are held on weekends and holidays like Advent, Pentecost, and Easter, all celebrated in a traditional way. Following your guided tour, you're returned by private vehicle to your hotel in Budapest.