Wedding in the Skanzen

The Open Air Museum offers a unique location with old buildings – among them consecrated churches – for organising family days, weddings or christening ceremonies. Children especially appreciate a birthday party in this unusual environment. The Skanzen offers varied programmes also for groups of friends.
Szerző: 2014. december 23.

Weddings, receptions, barbecue parties can be organised all year round in the museum compound. The Inn from Jászárokszállás offers seating for 110 persons in the big room and for 60 persons in the small room. In addition, the heated cart-shed in the yard can accommodate 250 people. You find our menu and drinks on the web-site of the Inn from Jászárokszállás.

A special opportunity: our four consecrated churches are available for weddings and other church ceremonies if you wish to have an intimate setting.

Rent of a church: 40.000.- HUF+VAT/day
Entrance fee for wedding guests: 50 % of the entrance fee of the given day.

The 19th century barn from Kisbodak at the back of the yard of the house from Ásványráró is an excellent place for meals in a friendly environment. 150-300 persons can be seated in the barn and under the tents set up in the yard. For events with more guests, we recommend the 13.000 m2 surface of the big meadow near the ruins of the Roman Villa Rustica.

Rent of the farm from Ásványráró (including renting of the barn from Kisbodak):
half day during opening hours: 70.000.- HUF+VAT
half day after opening hours: 140.000.- HUF+VAT
for more than 4 hours: 140.000.- HUF+VAT
Rent of  the big meadow upon agreement, indicative price: 350.000.- HUF+VAT /day

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