The Kassák Museum is a member institution of the Petőfi Literary Museum, and has operated since 1976 in the building of the Zichy-castle in Óbuda. The museum preserves, researches and presents the material and intellectual legacy of Hungarian avant-grde writer, visual artist and editor Lajos Kassák (1887–1967). Our aim is that the museum step up to be an acknowledged location of Kassák researches carried out in the Central European region and to become a factor in the international research of avant-gardes and modernisms.

The Kassák Museum can be easily reached by several means of public transport. The Kassák Museum is one minute walk from Szentlélek tér bus station and Árpád híd tram station and 4-5 minutes walk from Flórián tér (square). From HÉV (Suburban Railway) H5 – from the direction of Batthyány square and of Szentendre - get off at “Szentlélek tér”. The exhibition hall of the Kassák Museum is located on the first floor in the Zichy Palace at Óbuda's Fő tér (square).


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Permanent exhibition
  • exhibition
In the permanent exhibition, the public can learn about the life of Lajos Kassák through his influential journals, while the museum's temporary… Tovább
Temporary exhibition
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Photographer and media artist Anna Fabricius has been researching the role of work in shaping culture and lifestyle for years. In her new work, she… Tovább
2024. June 22. 17:00 - 18:00
  • guided tour
Our museum has produced a plain language version of the texts of the Kassák! permanent exhibition and the Kassák × Petőfi temporary exhibition. The… Tovább
2024. June 22. 18:00 - 18:30
  • performance
“I was already wondering where I am” is a multimedia performative act exploring the state of a migrated-self – a split I-position at the… Tovább
2024. June 22. 18:30 - 19:30
  • guided tour
Interactive guided tour in the temporary exhibition With Anna Fabricius and Judit Csatlós, curator of the exhibitionAnna Fabricius, photographer… Tovább
2024. June 22. 21:30 - 22:00
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Guided tour of the permanent exhibition  With art historian Edit Sasvári In the permanent exhibition, the public can learn about the life… Tovább
2024. June 22. 22:00 - 23:00
  • performance
  • music
Musical-literary performance Featuring Zsolt Prieger and Bori Magyar   Zsolt Prieger (writer, performer, musician, producer), the… Tovább