The architect is Art Nouveau. It was built between 1893 and 1896 and was designed by Ödön Lechner. It has a green roof and the interior is designed using Hindu, Mogul, and Islamic designs. The building is in need of renovation, for which plans have been developed.
The museum houses a collection of metalwork, furniture, textiles, and glass. It also has a library. There are two other locations: the Hopp Ferenc Museum of Eastern Asiatic Arts and Nagytétény Palace.
- (in Hungarian) The museum's web page
- (in English) Permanent furniture exhibition at the Nagytétény Castle Museum
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