More than 100,000 people visited the Ferenc Móra Museum and its exhibition spaces last year in the southeastern Hungarian city of Szeged, the institution informed MTI on Wednesday.
According to the statement, the Ferenc Móra Museum in Szeged closed an outstandingly successful year: in 2022 more than 100,000 visitors visited the museum's main building and exhibition spaces.
The most popular was the cowboy-Indian exhibition, which attracted more than 40,000 visitors. The public collection attracted the most visitors during the summer and autumn museum nights and between Christmas and New Year in December.
The viewing platform on top of the Móra Ferenc Museum also "performed well" during the year. The roof terrace, which opened in summer 2020, offers a beautiful view of the Tisza and downtown Szeged.
The Black House hosted special art exhibitions in the first half of the year and a hygiene history exhibition in the second half. The Castle Museum also attracted many visitors, with an interactive permanent exhibition presenting the most iconic events and characters of Szeged's past.