Museum

Museum Zemplinske Hamre was established in a masonry house – the oldest building in the village built in the early 19th century because of the accommodation for management of ironworks. Since the mid-19th century it began to be used as a tavern, its owner in 1869 was Matyas Wieszberger. Later it was used as municipal house of services.

In the museum in masonry are installed permanent exhibitions of industrial production and ethnography created in cooperation with Slovak Technical Museum Košice, Zemplin Museum Michalovce and Mining Museum Gonzengergwerk Sargans in Switzerland.

The exposures are also in other two buildings – in beamhouse is the exposure of blacksmithing and iron-processing (entrance to a beamhouse is from Wednesday to Friday only at 11:00 and 15:00 CET, during weekend only at 13:00 and 15:00 CET) and in the replica of mining adit situated close to the quarry is the mining exposition (entrance should be arranged in advance by a guide in the tourist information center).

In the museum is also available the education room and craft workshops (pottery and weaving) which must be arranged in advance by the curator. These activities are intended mainly for schools. There is also a gallery room used for the temporary exhibitions.

In the museum is also available the education room and craft workshops (pottery and weaving) which must be arranged in advance by the curator. These activities are intended mainly for schools. There is also a gallery room used for the temporary exhibitions.

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family discount (2 adults + 2 children) € 8.00

Special Discounts:
residents of Zemplínske Hámre 50% discount
school discount – for 10 students 1 adult supervision free
birthday honoree free
members of ICOMOS, ICOM free

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