The collections of the first museum of the country contain world famous artefacts, among them the coronation
mantle, one of the symbols of the Hungarian statehood. The permanent exhibition presents the periods of Hungarian history from the establishment of the state up to 1990. Such special relics are exhibited as the Monomachos Crown or the document cancelling the Warsaw Treaty. The new modern archaeological exhibition tells us the history of the people in the Carpathian basin from 400.000 BC till 804 AD. The most valuable Ancient Roman stone collection can be seen in the Lapidary.
Guided tours in English, German, Italian and French are available.