The Déri Museum is one of Hungary’s foremost establishments of its kind. In addition to its exhibits of local cultural interest, it has become renowned for the huge collection of items, brought together by Frigyes Déri, which represents various aspects of universal human civilization.
The museum’s main attractions are the awe-inspiring Christ-paintings of Mihály Munkácsy. Besides permanent exhibits, Déri Museum also offers temporary exhibits on display. The group of four statues by Ferenc Medgyessy, erected outside the main building, was awarded the Grand Prize at the 1937 Paris Exposition.