Szentendre is known as the town of living art due to its artist colony of international renown, and its museums and galleries. With its well preserved, distinctive 18th-century townscape, the town centre is a group of heritage buildings unique in Hungary.
Distance from Budapest: 25 km North from Budapest center
Skanzen - Open Air Museum
2000 Szentendre, Sztaravodai út
The aim of founding the Szentendre Open Air Museum was to present folk architecture, interior decoration, farming and way of life in the Hungarian language area from the 2nd half of the 18th century to the 1st half of the 20th century, through original and authentic objects, relocated houses arranged in old settlement patterns.
22-25 April - Easter with traditional celebration
11-13 June: Pentecost celebration
04-05 September: Wine Festival
Opening hours: January – April: weekends 10 a.m -4 p.m
April – October: 10 am – 6 pm daily
Szamos Marcipan Museum und Confectionery
2000 Szentendre, Dumtsa Jenő utca 14.
This is Hungary's first marzipan museum. The exhibition displays the art of marzipan making, including some masterpieces of confectionery, such as the 160 centimetre-tall model of the Parliament building.
Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 10am -6pm