Kmetty Museum

The permanent exhibition featuring János Kmetty’s lifework was opened in 1981 in a former 18th-century Dalmatian trading house on the southern part of quare. The artist’s widow donated his husband’s legacy to the museum. It holds primarily graphics, atelier sketches, oil paintings from the ’60s, glass window designs and stained glass windows as well as some exceptionally valuable contemporary paintings.

The sculptures of Jenő Kerényi, one of the most formidable representatives of contemporary Hungarian sculpture, were placed in the medieval vaulted cellar of the Kmetty Museum.