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February 14th program at the Museum
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Zsuzsa Papp Aykler, President of the Rákoczi Foundation in Toronto, Canada, will present a program about Students Without Boundaries - (Magyarságismereti mozgótábor), on Saturday afternoon, 2 p.m. at the Hungarian Museum. Dr. Aykler will describe how this unique Educational Scholarshhip Program-Camp brings Hungarian students each summer from the countries surrounding Hungary for a two-week long visit to various cities in Hungary.
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WELCOME to our brand new website!

The launch of this newly revitalized website in July of 2014, is a very exciting time for us in our almost 30 year history. It has been a little over 16 years that we have entered the modern world with our initial website, our initial entry onto the worldwide web. Since that time our museum has undergone significant growth and in 2003 we moved into the Galleria in downtown Cleveland. Our visitors love the beautiful downtown location, and we plan to continue our presence here.

The past dozen years were good to us, and the Museum - with its expanded gift shop, a large library and an active programming schedule - became the meeting point for many important events and occasions within the Cleveland Hungarian Community.

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Our Gift Shop is Now Open!

Welcome to our new Gift Shop! The Gift Shop is now open Tuesdays through Fridays, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and on those Saturdays when we have programming at the Museum.

View of the Gift Shop entry on the 1st floor of the Galleria.

View of the Gift Shop entry on the 1st floor of the Galleria.

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