Contact us:

Address: Tomcsányi Castle

4800 Vásárosnamény, Szabadság Square 31.

Phone:    00 36 45 570 146

 

 

Address: Máthé Mansion

4800 Vásárosnamény, Rákóczi Ferenc Street 13.

Phone:    00 36 45 470 638

 

Website: www.beregimuzeum.hu
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GPS coordinates
Beregi Museum – Máthé Mansion
 
47.5011151657 19.0531965145
47° 30' 4" N 19° 3' 11.5" E
 
Beregi Museum – Tomcsányi Castle
 
47.5011151657 19.0531965145
47° 30' 4" N 19° 3' 11.5" E
 
By train from Nyíregyháza, Mátészalka and Záhony. Inter-city bus service arriving from Nyíregyháza, Mátészalka and Kisvárda. From the train station and the bus station walking 15 minutes to Máthé Mansion, 20 minutes to Tomcsányi Castle. By car from Budapest and Nyíregyháza on the M3 motorway, then on road 41, from Mátészalka and Kisvárda to the downtown of Vásárosnamény.
 
Headquarters and mailing address of Museum:
 
4800 Vásárosnamény, Rákóczi Ferenc Street 13.
Phone: 00 36 45 470 638
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 Opening hours: 
 
1 April – 31October
Monday: closed
Tuesday – Friday: 08.30 – 16.30
Saturday – Sunday: 08.00 – 16.00
 
1November – 31 March
Monday – Friday: 08.00-16.00
Saturday – Sunday: closed
 
Actual opening hours: 
 
Monday: 08.00 – 16.00
Tuesday: 08.00 – 16.00
Wednesday: 08.00 – 16.00
Thursday: 08.00 – 16.00
Friday: 08.00 – 16.00
Saturday: closed
Sunday: closed
 
Visiting is possibility outside of opening hours.
Phone: 00 36 30 949 49 82
 
Opening hours on Public Holidays in 2020:
 
1 January (Wednesday): closed 
15 March (Sunday): 08.00 – 16.00
12 April (Easter Sunday): 08.00 – 16.00
13 April (Easter Monday): closed
1 May (Friday): 08.00 – 16.00
31 May (Whit Sunday): 08.00 – 16.00
1 June (Whit Monday): closed
27 June (Saturday, Museum at night): 08.00-24.00
28 June (Sunday): 08.00 – 16.00 
20 August (Thursday): 08.00 – 16.00 
23 October (Friday): 08.00 – 16.00 
1 November (Friday): closed 
16-31 December: closed 
1 January 2021 (Friday): closed
 
 
Ticket Prices of the Beregi Museum 
Tickets for admission (Per visitor)
 
Full price tickets:
600 HUF
 
Reduced ticket for young people: aged between 6–26 – citizens of Hungary or of another EEA (European Economic Area) country
300 HUF
 
Reduced ticket for adults:  aged between 62–70 or pensioner – citizens of Hungary or of another EEA (European Economic Area) country
300  HUF
 
Family ticket: parents or close relatives accompanying at least two people  under the age of 18 – citizens of Hungary or of another EEA (European Economic Area) country
300  HUF
 
The exhibitions can be visited without charge for citizens of Hungary or of another EEA (European Economic Area) country if:
 
Children under the age of 6,
 
Adults who have already turned 70 years of age,
 
Disabled person (1 carer is also admitted without charge),
 
Members of national civil organisations which are connected to museums and other public collections and which have at least 400 members,
 
Teachers (with a Teacher’s card) who work in public education and who are citizens of Hungary or of another EEA country,
 
When visiting on the third Saturday of each month for people under the age of 26, and for close relatives accompanying people under the age of 18 (at most 2 persons) – citizens of Hungary or of another EEA country,
 
All visitors on 15 March, 20 August and 23 October
                                    
Photography permit (per visitor):                                                                
900 HUF
 
Video permit (per visitor):                                                                              
900 HUF
 
Guided Tour: (available in Hungarian language)
                       for groups between 1-30 person
2700 HUF
 
Ceramics collection (per visitor): Can be visited only when accompanied by museum workers.       
300 HUF
Old radios collection (per visitor): Can be visited only when accompanied by museum workers.                                                                          
300 HUF
 
Pictures taken in the museum if used for non-personal reason (commercial, scientific) has to be permitted by the Beregi Museum.
 
Visiting is possibility outside of opening hours by preveious checking up.
In this case ticket prices is 600 HUF for all visitors.
 
Permanent exhibitions
 
This representative castle was built by László Lónyay, in 1728.
 
From September 2007 a part of our exhibitions can be seen in the nicest building in the town centre of Vásárosnamény, on Szabadság Square 31. In the main building, a collectionstring consisting of eight units with modern technical devices and an open depository see awaits for the visitors. The exhibitions correlate, but all separate ones represents characteristics of the area.
 
Permanent exhibitions: Treasures of Bereg
  • ’The minister’ – Árpád Csiszár memorial room
In a corner-room of the castle we commemorated our museum-founder and leader Árpád Csiszár, who was minister, but he considered as part of His ministering service.   
 
  • Love on the Tiszahát – The role of linen in the life of Bereg
Linens, instruments of spinning and weaving, carved wooden tools with folk art motives.
 
  • ’From eye-cover to the shroud’ – from birth to death
 Clothes, inscribed Easter-clothes and pillowslips for which are embroidered with well-known cross-stitch patterns ('beregi keresztszemes') from Bereg.
 
  • Mourning at Bereg
For example embroidered and inscribed mourning-clothes, wooden headstone and coffin, old burial-habits and objects in showroom.
 
  • The patrons of the villages in Bereg
Visitors can learn about how helped noblemen the people of settlements.
 
  • Art and houshold iron-cast of Bereg
The spectecular exhibiton shows famous art and household iron-cast of the Museum.
 
  • The occupants of the castle
This exhibiton is introducing the life of historical families Lónyay, Vladár and Tomcsányi.
 
  • Archaeology of Bereg
Archaeological exhibition about the prehistoric times and the Middle Age of Bereg.
 
  • Open depository
The open depository is in the cellar of castle. It shows ceramics of pottery centres.
 
  • Visual aids in old schools
Old school desks and books, wall and raised maps, projector with glass slide, pen and ink and other visual aids from 19-20 th century.
(This exhibition is on view in Máthé Mansion, on Rákóczi Street 13, from Monday to Friday, from 8.00 to 16.00 hours!)