Storno House, built in 1417, has an illustrious history: King Matthias stayed here in 1482–83, 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. Don't miss the Storno Collection, the family's treasure trove. The Boundless Story exhibition of local history is also worth a peek.

The highlights of the Storno Collection include a beautiful enclosed balcony with leaded windows and frescoes, an extensive collection of medieval weaponry, leather chairs with designs depicting the devil and dragons, and door frames made from pews taken from a nearby 15th-century church.

Boundless Story includes curiosities from the old town hall, works by István Dorfmeister and a piano once played by Liszt.