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. (more…)
2015 Children’s Program Twenty-six children gathered at the Cleveland Hungarian Museum for its Annual Children’s program. The theme for the program this year was folktales and folk instruments. The children and the accompanying adults were able to hear some old favorite Hungarian folktales, as well as listen to the Hungarian furulya, citera and violin. The […]
There is nothing lovelier than a basket filled with beautifully decorated Easter Eggs. The colors and the designs make you want to decorate eggs like that. Well, you can do just that! Just read on. Many cultures celebrate Easter, and part of their heritage includes the art of egg decorating. Hungary is no exception to […]
The story of how the ancient Magyars came to settle in the Carpathian Basin begins with Árpád, the most famous of all the ancient Magyar Chiefs. Árpád’s story is exciting and gives us a glimpse into the customs and lives of the Magyar people in the 9th century. The story begins during peacetime…..Lehel, one of […]
Mikulás Bácsi visited the Hungarian Museum at the Galleria on a December Saturday afternoon, and to the delight of 27 children, he passed out treats all the while talking with each one, asking them their name and encouraging them to talk about themselves a bit. Before Mikulás Bácsi arrived for his visit, the children saw a traditional […]
The Children’s Program will be held on Saturday afternoon, at 2 o’clock, on December 13. Give the gift of culture to a youngster in your life!
The legend about the ancient Magyars continues with this beautiful story of Emese’s dream.
Hungarian Legends are great ways to learn about Hungarian culture and history. This is the first of many legends that you will be able to read on this website! the Legend of the White Stag is perhaps the most famous legend about the life and history of the ancient Magyar people.