Zsolnay Cultural Quarter

Cultural center in Pécs

Updated: March 18, 2024 06:11 PM

Zsolnay Cultural Quarter is located in Pécs (City in Hungary), Hungary. It's address is Pécs, Felsővámház u. 52, 7626 Hungary.

Pécs, Felsővámház u. 52, 7626 Hungary

36HX+94 Pécs, Hungary

+36 72 500 350

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Where is Zsolnay Cultural Quarter?

Zsolnay Cultural Quarter is located at: Pécs, Felsővámház u. 52, 7626 Hungary.

What is the phone number of Zsolnay Cultural Quarter?

You can try to calling this number: +36 72 500 350

What are the coordinates of Zsolnay Cultural Quarter?

Coordinates: 46.0784726, 18.2478642

Zsolnay Cultural Quarter Reviews

Biljana Andjelic
2024-02-17 18:21:23 GMT

Beautiful! Don't miss a visit if you are in beautiful Pecs!

Stefan Louis Holte
2023-07-14 21:41:03 GMT

Absolutely stunning... wonderful place with wonderful pieces. Great quartier with restaurant and shops.

Marijana Zo
2023-10-01 14:52:20 GMT

Place is so nice, very well organized

Putri Sugihartini
2021-11-30 09:46:49 GMT

Once a ceramic factory but now is has multiple functions as art gallery, theater, cafe, and i need to tell you they have an amazing HOT CHOCOLATE cafe inside! Should stop by bc it's worth it. A really good place to hang out with your friends also they have a playground and green open space :)

Zsolt Schopper
2023-08-28 22:48:09 GMT

We were here second time, and it is still breathtaking.

Frank S
2019-01-08 08:01:32 GMT

The Zsolnay Negyed (Quarter/Precinct) is about 2km walk from the centre of Pécs/Széchenyi Tér. Many beautiful impressive buildings and statues with stunning, colourful Zsolnay ceramics on them. So many things to see and do here from guided tours of the ceramics factory, various shops and cafés, Children's museum, Ballet, etc etc. We went on a tour of the ceramics area and missed the first half as the ticket sales area directed us to the wrong starting point. Be aware that tickets are sold for the various attractions in multiple places, not necessarily where the attraction is. Signage is not particularly good and it's easy to get lost, it's a large precinct. Not everything is open every day, so make sure the attraction you want to see is open before you go! We spent about 4 hours here and it was nowhere near enough time. You really need binoculars or a telephoto lens to see much of the extraordinarily detailed and colourful decorations all over the buildings. The gardens themselves are also lovely with statues and fountains dotted throughout. Many of the buildings here have similarly decorative details on them and I have a sore neck from trying to look at them!

Alec Hutkoff
2021-08-22 17:55:48 GMT

A true gem of Pécs! So many things to see, activities to do, delicious things to eat/drink. Very charming. Nice for the visiting family, curious couples, and individual adventure seekers ;)

Charles Huber
2021-06-21 11:03:49 GMT

This is a must visit. An amazing cultural and historic place to visit. Full of things to do for kids and adults alike. Also has several cafes, restaurants and shops, and a play park for kids.

2020-09-24 21:05:29 GMT

This place looks and feels gorgeous. The buildings are nicely renovated and the bronze gatekeeper thingies will happily twerk for you — provided you wear a proper face mask :)

Dhanush Radhakrishnan
2018-10-08 17:12:17 GMT

I loved the place, there are fairs sometimes, you can find a bakery, a candy shop, an chocolate, a souvenir shop, but talking about the main thing, the factory. It's a great place showcasing the tradition of China dish manufacturing, got to learn a lot. It's a pity that not many tourists come here.

Predrag Gudovic
2023-04-30 19:16:42 GMT

You need hole day to see everything but it is worth of your time

Attila Nyikos
2019-10-24 18:42:28 GMT

Superbly renovated center of the Hungarian porcelain. Even for coffe and cookies worth visiting. Factory shop is just fantastic.

Poppy Seed
2019-06-02 06:51:01 GMT

Lit lit lit! This place is crazy impressive for any foreigner to visit. The history and artifacts there are beautiful, even the buildings are intricately decorated and painted in vivid beautiful colors. I would like to give a heads up to those who visit, that the puppet museum does not have any text in English.

Janet SW
2019-07-16 14:56:56 GMT

A must visit if you have an interest in local history, local industry and pottery. Great collection of Zsolnay pottery especially from the art nouveaux period. Was surprised how interesting and well presented the whole site is.

Goran Tintor
2023-11-06 07:03:22 GMT

Beautiful artistic place! Go walk around and discover. Probably even richer during warm months and during some events.

Frederik Cornelius
2023-03-18 15:04:48 GMT

It was very pleasant. Nice old buildings. You have to check out the boltok utca.

Nalatreb Rhog
2020-06-29 17:55:18 GMT

Must see in Pécs and even if you are not interested in ceramics, you gonna love it.
Make sure you see the Gyugyi collection of ceramics.

Ildikó Wooning
2017-07-28 13:43:11 GMT

Beautiful place now renovated, lots of programs and a handful of playgrounds for kids to get lost in. The Planetarium is great, although there are only English guides from a group of 15.
You can have picnics here too, there is enough green and shade on warm days. The puppet theatre has a lot to offer and their Cafè Griffin is superb.

Dóra Haraszti-Horváth
2017-08-02 14:53:03 GMT

I was very impressed by this place. The exhibitions are interesting, you will see a huge collections of artisan ceramics.
There is a cafe where you can have snacks too.

Nelson Ugwonoh
2023-09-14 17:20:46 GMT

I had the opportunity of visiting the planetarium. It was more like a celestial space and equipped with the state of art facilities to make astrophysics interesting.

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