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Museums

The valuable exhibition materials in the museums and collections give a comprehensive picture of the historic remains, erstwhile life, rich culture and busy artistic life of Sopron.
Mining Memorial House - Brennbergbánya

Mining Memorial House - Brennbergbánya

To the southwest of Sopron on the western spur of the Sopron Mountains lies Brennbergbánya, a village pervaded with Alpine atmosphere. This was one of the most significant sites of coalmining in Hungary for more than 200 years. »

Lutheran Collection

Lutheran Collection

Sopron Lutheran church is one of the earliest, outstanding examples of church buildings erected in Hungary following the Patent of Toleration. Concerts are frequently given on its large, fine-sounding organ. »

Ligneum - visitor centre of the Sopron University

Ligneum - visitor centre of the Sopron University

The three-storey visitorcentre, which was awarded with the title ”eco-touristic installation of the year 2013”, introduces you to the fabulous world of forests and to the topic of wood as a raw material. »

Iron Curtain Museum Fertörákos

Iron Curtain Museum Fertörákos

Visitors can find out how the technical barrier worked, which once split Europe in two. »

Museum of Railway Lamps

Museum of Railway Lamps

Visitors are welcome to have a look at József Haragovics’s private collection of railway lamps exhibited in a cottage with veranda built at the beginning of the last century, in Fertőszéplak. »

Old synagogue

Old synagogue

The Old Synagogue is to be found in a beautiful little street in the historic town centre, in Új utca (New Street), which in contrast to its name is one of the oldest streets in Sopron. It was originally named Zsidó utca (Jews Street), as Jewish f... »

Storno Collection

Storno Collection

On the second floor of a magnificent Baroque corner house on the Main Square, the Sopron Museum Storno collection is to be found. The exhibition displays the collection of Ferenc Storno and his family, a chimneysweep who became an art restorer. »

Roman lapidary

Roman lapidary

In the Fabricius House Roman lapidary, the finest stone relics of onetime Scarbantia are on display, which have come to light from Sopron and its surroundings in the course of excavations over many years. »

Petőháza Collection of the Sugar Industry and Local History

Petőháza Collection of the Sugar Industry and Local History

There has been a new attraction in the region since 2013: an exhibition space presenting sugar production, housed in the Petőháza community centre. »

Iron Curtain Memorial Site, Hegykő

Iron Curtain Memorial Site, Hegykő

The Iron Curtain Memorial Site may be visited at any time. It has been set up on its original site, in part with original materials. »

Görbehalom Mining Museum

Görbehalom Mining Museum

In the picturesque village of Görbehalom in the Hidegvíz Valley, the unique Görbehalom Mining Museum is to be found, set up by Sándor Szigethi with his own two hands. »

Boundless history

Boundless history

The Storno House accommodates the permanent local history exhibition of the museum, presenting the history of Sopron town and the onetime County of Sopron in the 17th-20th centuries, with particular regard to everyday life. »

Baker's house

Baker's house

A fabled little house stands in Bécsi Street, where generations of master bakers once made bread. Fragrant loaves were baked in the oven, ice-creams and cakes were produced. »

Archaeology exhibition

Archaeology exhibition

Following research in building history and archaeology, then restoration, the rear section of the Fabricius House, which is extremely picturesque with its Tuscan columns, has housed the archaeology collection of the museum since 1963. »

Bourgeois apartments

Bourgeois apartments

On the first and second floors of the street-side wing, changes in bourgeois apartment furnishings and decoration in the 17th and 18th centuries can be tracked by means of contemporary articles and furniture. »

Catholic Collection

Catholic Collection

The rich materials of the Roman Catholic Ecclesiastical Art Collection can be seen in the oratory of the former Ursuline convent, thus rounding off the impression visitors receive of Baroque art in Sopron. »

Forum of Scarbantiae - museum exhibition site

Forum of Scarbantiae - museum exhibition site

The 2000 year old main square and curia (town hall) of Roman Sopron can be seen in the Iron House on the corner of Új Street and Szent György Street, at cellar level in the wine merchant’s shop Forum Vinorum. »

Forestry Museum

Forestry Museum

The Forestry Museum is located just a few paces from Sopron’s Main Square, in the onetime Esterházy Palace. The permanent exhibitions are the Béla Hidvégi Hunting Collection, the interactive exhibition The Forest and the Alma Mater Memorial Room d... »

Central Museum Of Mining, Sopron

Central Museum Of Mining, Sopron

The Central Mining Museum opened in the October of 1957 in the Baroque town centre of Sopron, in the Esterházy Palace. The walls of the Roman city of Scarbantia once stood on the site of this imposing building. »

Apothecary’s House

Apothecary’s House

The yellow Apothecary’s House extends well into the Main Square. This almost led to loss of the building in the 16th century. The town council wanted to have it demolished, to increase the size of the square. »

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    • Themed walking tours in Sopron

      Themed walking tours in Sopron

      We warmly invite individuals and groups to discover Sopron's charms and secrets through our six themed walking tours. »

    • Sightseeing train in Sopron

      Sightseeing train in Sopron

      With sightseeing train our guests can discover on city tours the sights of Sopron. »