Home

2017 Lecture Series

The Cleveland Hungarian Museum , "The Heartbeat of Hungarian Culture in Northeast Ohio", 

 cordially invites you and your family to join us for the following lectures and programs in the 2017 Spring series. 

Please join us on the 2nd Saturday of the month at 2:00 p.m.

Feb. 11th          Of Fire Iron and Blood presented by Victor A. Falk, author, and recipient of a Gold Medal from the Árpád Academy. Mr Falk has completed extensive research and scholarly work on World War II.

Read more...


The "Spirit of Freedom" Exhibit Opening was a wonderful commemorative event!

October 22, Saturday afternoon, saw our Museum members and volunteers welcome a full house of visitors who came to celebrate the opening of our "Spirit of Freedom" exhibit. This special exhibit features the images and story of the 1956 Hungarian Uprising, and the Hungarian-American community of Cleveland joined Hungarians around the world to commemorate the 60th anniversary of this momentous event. Edith Lauer, Board member and president Emerita of the Hungarian American Coalition, and a "56er" herself, gave the keynote presentation, followed by personal recollections of  "56ers" in the audience. The program also included portions from the Memory Project, a visual history archive produced by Réka Pigniczky and Andrea Lauer Rice.As with all our programs and exhibit opening, our visitors were able to chat with our presenters, view the exhibit, and taste Hungarian savory and sweet snakes as well as some wine. If you have not had a chance to visit the Museum to see this special exhibit, consider making it a stop on your next visit to Downtown Cleveland!

Read more...

What a program we had at Cleveland Hungarian Museum on Saturday, December 10th! 

   Mikulás Bácsi  visited the Hungarian Museum to the delight of children young and old. But before he arrived, our young visitors had the opportunity to enjoy a wonderful puppet show, and to work at many many hands-on activities that helped them learn about our Hungarian culture.

Read more...