Grassalkovich Palace Gödöllő
The Palace is one of the most important, largest monuments of Hungarian Palace architecture. Its builder, Count Antal Grassalkovich I (1694-1771) was a typical figure of the regrouping Hungarian aristocracy of the 18th century.
The function of museums is to preserve relics, to represent pieces of past and present and to transmit cultures. In case a museum is so special like the Royal Palace of Gödöllő, being the largest baroque historic building of Hungary, it attracts the elegant, exclusive programmes that bring back the pomp of old times.
Important and projecting cultural programmes are organised in the palace near by Budapest. Besides all these the opportunity to arrange official or private events is given for companies and families. For the programmes there are different sized rooms available with different functions. The historical scene is given in each spot. The ceremonial hall of the Palace is a great and unique place for conferences, gala dinners or festive occasions. The rooms on the ground floor are suitable for trainings, negotiations, protocol programmes.
The courtyard is suitable for concerts; the huge park is suitable place for programmes for hundreds of people. In the southern wing of the building complex the unique baroque theatre can be found being the location of concerts, plays, dance shows.