Only EEA citizens are entitled to these concessions. We kindly ask you to prove your entitlement to the discounts. Prices are valid until further notice. The prices listed are per person and include VAT.
Please, keep in mind
that the journalist card, which used to grant free admission, is no longer accepted. Only journalists who have pre-registered and received permission to conduct an interview or filming are permitted to access the facility for free.
The exhibition spaces and services are partially accessible to our guests with limited mobility; please inquire ahead of time at our contact information. Visitors with any kind of disability are welcome at our facility.
Payment options: cash (HUF) or bank card. We cannot exchange currency. We reserve the right to change prices at any time of the year.
For the comital family of Wenckheim, in addition to the management of the state that was developed into a model farm, Szabadkígyós was mostly about the comforts of rural life, relaxation, recreation, and entertainment.
You can reach Wenckheim Palace from Budapest via the main road No. 44, while from Szeged and Debrecen by the main road No. 47. From Békéscsaba and Gyula, follow the signs to Újkígyós/Szabadkígyós (unnumbered, minor road).
Free parking is available in the temporary parking area (non-asphalted and unimproved) accessible from Áchim András Street.
Opening hours of the parking area: daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (every day).
Parking on both sides of Áchim András Street is a nuisance to the residential area and is therefore FORBIDDEN!
By public transport
Visitors taking a bus to Szabadkígyós should get off at the Nefelejcs bus stop. From here, the palace is a 10-minute walk. Szabadkígyós cannot be reached by train.
We kindly ask people holding a disabled person’s certificate arriving at the Palace Park by car to inform us in advance about their arrival via email, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The entrance permit is valid only with prior appointment and confirmation.
Visitors can enter the main building of the palace, which houses the exhibition, via the main entrance by means of the lift for disabled people. There is also an accessible washroom and a baby changing facility on the ground floor. All of the ground floor spaces and facilities of the palace are wheelchair accessible.