The Cleveland Hungarian Museum was established in 1985 to preserve and showcase the treasures of Hungarian culture donated by the northeast Ohio Hungarian community. It is the only such institution with a physical presence in the Midwest. It is supported and operated exclusively by dedicated volunteers and financed by the generous donations and contributions of those who value its mission.
Please consider becoming a MEMBER of the Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society, the parent organization of the Museum. As a member you will receive our periodical newsletter the REVIEW, and personal invitations to all our exhibits and events. Be a proud supporter of this worthy institution by your membership fees, and your participation at our numerous events.