Recreational opportunities

Radio and Television Museum

At the end of the foot street “castle-side” there is the Radio and Television Museum, which presents the electronic devices through a collection of nearly 1000 pieces from the 1920s.

The museum which is accommodated in a wooden-beam silo building of baroque style built in 1820, was founded in 2006 by József Nádler, a local radio and TV technician and electrotechnician. 70% of the pieces of the exhibition are still operative: TV sets, radios, record players, tape recorders.

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