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Beautifully restored halls, royal suites

Beautifully restored halls, royal suites

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Day of the Violet Flower

Day of the Violet Flower – Easter in the Palace

You are welcome to the events for families in the Gödöllő Royal Palace: we are preparing colourful programmes for the “Violet Day” and Easter: On Sunday, the main theme of the programme will be the violet flower, which was the favourite one of Sisi. We are planning events of wide-ranging interests for Monday also!    
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CaFE IDA is open

Our new Cafe is OPEN

Our café is available again during the opening hours of the Palace! CaFE IDA is waiting for you!
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The queen's furniture has returned home!

The queen's furniture has returned home!

The queen's furniture has returned home! Queen Elizabeth's personal furniture, dressing table and glass showcase arrived at the Royal Castle in Gödöllő   Dr. Tamás Ujváry, the managing director of the Royal Palace of Gödöllő Public Benefit Nonprofit Ltd., reminded that the castle operates as a real Sisi cult place. The building also celebrates its anniversary, as it was abandoned by the Soviet army thirty years ago and then opened in 1996, albeit only in part, to visitors in 1996. The anniversary is also connected with the arrival of the two special pieces of furniture, which were successfully repurchased with the help of the National Castle Program and the NÖF, said Dr. Tamás Ujváry. Speaking about the National Castle Program and the National Castle Program, which he supervised as a ministerial commissioner, Zsolt Virág said that they are aimed not only at the restoration of the buildings, but also at their mental rehabilitation. This includes returning any former furnishings to the walls, he noted. According to him, Queen Elizabeth's former dressing table and glazed display case appeared at an auction in Germany, where they were bought back at a starting price, and from Friday the public can meet the artefacts in the castle's permanent exhibition in the queen's dressing room.  
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Queen Elizabeth and Gödöllő

Queen Elizabeth and Gödöllő The first time that Elizabeth visited the Gödöllő palace, which was offered as Coronation gift to Elizabeth and Francis Joseph I, was on 11 May 1867. Francis Joseph I was obliged by his coronation oath, taken in 1867, to spend regular periods of time in Hungary. To this end, the Hungarian government wished to please the royal couple by placing at their disposal not only the Castle in Buda as political headquarters, but also residences in the countryside suitable for relaxation. Of these, however, only the plan for Gödöllő came to fruition. Count Antal Grassalkovich I (1694–1771), one of the most notable aristocrats of the 18th century, began construction of the largest Baroque palace in Hungary around 1735. After his family died out it had several owners before being bought by the Hungarian government in 1867. Following a quick reconstruction the Palace and the park were placed at the disposal of Francis Joseph and Elisabeth as a coronation gift.
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 Queen Elizabeth and Gödöllő
 Queen Elizabeth and Gödöllő

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Monday-Sunday 10:00-18:00


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Hungary 2100 Gödöllő Grassalkovich-palace, 5852


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Adult 3.200 Ft
Student 1.800 Ft
Family 6.500 Ft

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