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September-May: Tue-Fri 8:00 to 15:30
June-August: Mon-Fri 9:00 to 17:00, Ne14.00 - 17.00
Archaeological exhibition presents the prehistoric monuments and včasnostredovekého Zemplín development. The most important exhibits include a rich collection of Neolithic pottery and anthropomorphic and zoomorphic Neolithic sculpture. From the Neolithic period, in addition to copper axes are the most precious gold trimmings target of burial tiszapolgárskej groups (oldest doklad processing gold in Slovakia). Particularly valuable and unique exhibit an amphora from the Bronze Age with the earliest representation of a two-wheel chariot with a sledge in Central Europe (culture Sucius de Sus, 14th century BC).
Ethnographic exhibition documenting the extinct and dissolving crafts and business activities of village population. The valuable exhibits include documenting the evolution of weaving techniques Zemplín. Especially notable is a collection of ceramic pottery pozdišovského, especially famous master potter Michael Parikrupu. The ethnographic fund is also unique collection of pastoral objects of horn and leather Tibor Galgóczyho.
Natural History Exhibition is a different group of birds and mammals Zemplín. Their representatives are in the exhibition organized according to different habitats they inhabit - forest, human settlements, agricultural cultivated areas, quarries, rivers and streams, ponds and water tanks etc.
Art-historical exposition is vyinštalovaná Late in the premises so. Old mansion. It documents and presents the works of art and handicrafts from the Romanesque period to the present. The most significant collections of piety can be called from Strážske Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque statues of saints, a collection of icons, liturgical objects and most complete set of oil paintings TJMoussona.
Historical exposure is mainly exhibits documenting the atmosphere of aristocratic or bourgeois interiors honosnejších late 18 - Early 20th century (the contemporary literature, historical furniture, weapons, portraits, smaller interior accessories, etc.).
Literary Museum Paul Horova Bánovce over Ondavou