Kapoli Museum & Gallery
A peasant house which was built in 1790 and has been by now precisely restored gives home to the exhibitions of Kapoli Museum and Gallery. Visitors can see two permanent exhibitions on the ground floor, namely Antal Kapoli the Elder and Antal Kapoli the Younger, the two most famous shepherds and wood-carving artists’ exhibition and the outstanding sculptor of the first part of the century Miklós Ligeti’s exhibition, he created Anonymus, Queen Elisabeth and Mrs Déry and numerous monuments and statues. Exhibitions of contemporary fine arts featuring the best artists can be seen in the 200m2 Loft Gallery
8638 Balatonlelle, Kossuth Lajos Street 35.
Telephone: (85) 354 568
Count Pongrácz Somssich and István Soltész’s Africa collection is presented in the Africa Museum. Prize-winning and record trophies as well as authentic ethnographic materials can be seen here. The exhibition is completed with presentation boards about the wildlife of Africa. The unique private collection also awaits the visitors with popular scientific materials in foreign languages all year round. The speciality of the collection is the photographic collection comprising hundreds of photos; the most beautiful pieces can also be seen.
8638 Balatonlelle, Kossuth Lajos Street 2.
Telephone: (85) 554 128