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Almost no English labels, the layout is not easy to understand and the material provided at the ticket office has no map. There was an employee in every hall, which is fine, but one was shadowing me in a very unsubtle way. Every time I...More
It is in the city centre, near the Great Church. It's not very big, so visiting it doesn't take long time. If you have a little time you must visit the Munkácsy's Trilogy, the most famous paintings. If you have more time, you should see...More
From Samurai warriors to a couple of Mummies on a prolonged European vacation with glorious galleries filled with art, culture, history and the most handsome collections.
The Deri Museum is a glorious treat in any weather. The art galleries alone justify your visit. Some of...More
Very close to the centre of Debrecen is the Deri Museum. A must visit if you are in the area.
Exhibits range from local prehistoric skeletons, egyptian mummies, gold and bronze treasures and much more. Some exhibits are local, and others are worldwide. Many, but...More
The main advantage of this museum is that is not too big, so you can see all of it in half a day and it is not tiring. you can see there some history of the city and the area.(Debrecen was once the capital of...More
Is full of a private collection from the Deri family. Some of it is interesting like the history of people in the region and various European and Asian medieval weaponry. What was a shame is that none of the exhibitions had any descriptors in English...More
Its a small museum with large selection of historical equipments. In the first section you can find ancient peoples life which they lived in debrecen and hajdu bihar country. You can find artifacts from japanese culture to ottoman empire. It costs 900 forints for students...More
My five years old daughter and me visited this museum at a rainy winter-day. We saw an ethnographic exhibition about funerals. And it was fantastic experience. And the Christ’s trilogy of Munkácsy are unmissable.