Szaléziánum Archbishopric'a Tourist Centre

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Name: Szaléziánum Archbishopric'a Tourist Centre
Type: Sights / religious building
Settlement: Veszprém
Address: 8200 Veszprém, Vár utca 31.

Description

The Salesianum awaits guests in the renewed Bíró-Giczey house on more that 1000 m2 and in four flours. During the guide you can get known the story of the priest of Halimba, who grew herbs, you can admire the baroque rooms with beautiful frescos and you can visit the seasonal exhibitions. Do not miss visiting the rooms, the voices and the objects of liturgy. Children are also welcome: Learn about the everyday work of a violin maker, participate in candle dipping activities, or in handicraft activities! The price includes the guide. Languages: Hungarian, German, English. There is audioguide on the previous languages, also. Previous registration for groups is needed. The ground flour of the Bíró-Giczey house was built on the initiation of Márton Padányi Bíró, the first flour was built in 1722 on the order of canon Giczey István. Until spring of 2005 the National Park Directory of Upper Balaton operated here. From 2011 this building hosts the tourist centre.

Detailed information

Phone:+3688580528
Fax:+3688580529
Email:info@szalezianum.hu
Webpage:www.szalezianum.hu/en
Opening period:January 1. - December 31.
Opening hours:1th January-9th March: Tuesday-Saturday: 10.00 am to 5.00 pm, closed: Sunday, Monday, 10st March-31st May: Tuesday through Sunday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, closed: Monday, 1st June-31st August: every day from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, 1st September-31st Decembe
Open to visitors:in the opening hours, guide is demandab
Door money:Adult: 1200 HUF, Students (7-17 years): 600 HUF, Seniors and students from 17 years: 800 HUF, Children: (3-6 years): 300 HUF, Family ticket: 2500 HUF, Groups (15 or more): Adults: 900 HUF, Students: 400 HUF, Children: 200 HUF Seniors: 600 HUF, Ground floor ticket: 500 HUF
Professional guidance: The Salesianum awaits guests in the renewed Bíró-Giczey house on more that 1000 m2 and in four flours. During the guide you can get known the story of the priest of Halimba, who grew herbs, you can admire the baroque rooms with beautiful frescos and you can visit the seasonal exhibitions. Do not miss visiting the rooms, the voices and the objects of liturgy. Children are also welcome: Learn about the everyday work of a violin maker, participate in candle dipping activities, or in handicraft activities! The price includes the guide. Languages: Hungarian, German, English. There is audioguide on the previous languages, also. Previous registration for groups is needed.
Wheelchair accessible:yes
Payment:Credit card, Erzsebet-card, Hungarian Tourist Card, Regional card, Szechenyi Card
Services:souvenir shop, toilet/WC, cloak-room
Architectural style:Baroque
Function:cultural institution

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