Visitors can see different, well-known and less-known, but cultic, Polish, Czech and Slovak cinematic posters of films directed by names such as Jerzy Kawalerovicz, Andrzej Wajda, Roman Polanski, Krystof Zanussi, Agnieszka Holland and many other celebrated masters.
What a film set is made of? How did the inside of a train car of the Orient Express look like? Come and take a look behind the scenes!
53 Hungarian film posters starting from Michael Curtiz’s A vörös sámson, shot in 1914 to the 1989 film titled Túszörténet by Gyula Gazdag.
The film path guides visitors through eleven stages from the beginnings to the present day.
If you have enough courage, don’t hesitate for a moment! Let’s try the 80 meter long slide! Be a war hero and slide through debris of war.
We invite you to a special attraction. In the frame of the film karaoke, you can test your acting skills in famous film scenes in our mini-studios.
A costume tells everything about the character, style and nature of its wearer. Seldom-seen items of fashion drawings, period photos, posters and artistic works represent a century of Hungarian clothing, fashion and costumes.
The gourmet can study the set-design collection and get familiar with certain film classics.