Pink household utensils were the first results of mass production replacing hand-made pottery. These were household utensils for the middle class: in the kitchen, next to the basin or on the table. The pink colour was invented as a result of the experiments of Vilmos Zsolnay in the 1870s and became some kind of a fashion statement and mark of the factory of Pécs. Barnabás Winkler, who once recognized a pink wine jug in his family inheritance, started collecting these pink objects, continuing to do so for decades until 2010 when he donated his collection to Pécs as Europan Capital of Culture. The permanent exhibition displays 1,200 pieces of pink household utensils originating from the early age of the Zsolnay Factory, the result of the unique experimentation of Vilmos Zsolnay.
7630 Pécs, 37 Zsolnay Vilmos St.
Telephone: +36 72 500 350
1st April-31st October:
1st November-31st March:
Adult - 1300 HUF
Student/pensioner - 800 HUF
Free under the age of 6.
Zsolnay ticket (provides free entrance to the exhibitions and venues of the Zsolnay Cultural Quarter. Valid for 2 days.):
Adult - 4.990 HUF
Student / Teacher / Pensioner - 3.000 HUF
For further information on admission fees and ticket packages of the Zsolnay Quarter visit the following website: www.zsn.hu
A Főpályaudvarról és a Vásárcsarnok buszmegállójából a 4 és 4Y számú buszokkal közelíthető meg, majd a Zsolnay negyedtől.
Parkolási lehetőség a Zsolnay negyed parkolójában.
|Tuesday:||10:00 - 17:00|
|Wednesday:||10:00 - 17:00|
|Thursday:||10:00 - 17:00|
|Friday:||10:00 - 17:00|
|Saturday:||10:00 - 17:00|
|Sunday:||10:00 - 17:00|