The Museum will reopen its doors to visitors starting on June 9th. In the beginning we will be open on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, 11-3. If you would like to visit us on another day, you can make an appointment by either calling the Museum telephone number, 216-523-3900 and leaving a message, or you can write a message to our email address, email@example.com, and we will reply and arrange for your visit. Please give us at least a 4 day notice!Read more...
It has been a while since we have been able to welcome young people to our Museum, so please join us as we “Celebrate Hungarian Winter and Christmas Traditions” with our Children’s Program!
Let’s meet on December 11th, Saturday afternoon, at 2 o’clock, and have some fun!
We invite children to the Hungarian Museum to experience the joys of Hungarian folk dancing!
Our gifted instructor, Mr. László Tihanyi, is a professional Hungarian folk dancer and instructor. He has years of experience teaching both adults and children Hungarian folk dancing, and he will teach some basics to our young guests. Parents and grandparents are invited to join in the fun of learning the steps! The music will be wonderful!Read more...
What a wonderful evening we had as supporters of the Cleveland Hungarian Museum gathered together for our 25th Silver Anniversary Vintner Dinner! Some of our friends who were unable to attend in person, joined us virtually for part of the evening, and some friends of the Museum made donations to support our event and received wonderful gift packs of Hungarian wines. We were honored to have as special guests from Hungary Dr. Márta Mátrai, Deputy of the Speaker of the Hungarian National Assembly, Dr. Zsolt Páva, from the Hungarian Consulate in Chicago, and Ms. Beatrix Kese, Deputy Director of Foreign Relations of the Hungarian National Assemby.
In February, 2020, the Museum received a grant from the Ohio History Connection, which allowed us to purchase software that will enhance our ability to catalog our collection, and incorporate donor and support information into one database. As a recipient organization, we are please to announce that this project is made possible in part by the Ohio History Fund, a grant program of the Ohio History Connection. The Ohio History Fund is made possible by voluntary donations of state income tax refunds, sales of Ohio History “mastodon” license plates, and other donations.