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Szamos Marzipan Exhibition and Workshop

Dumtsa Jeno utca 12., Szentendre 2000, Hungary
+36 26 311 931
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Dumtsa Jeno utca 12., Szentendre 2000, Hungary
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+36 26 311 931
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1 - 10 of 112 reviews

Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A must see....can't imagine the workmanship....couldn't stop taking pictures...very detailed marzipan figurines

Thank Amrita D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It doesn't take too long to go through this tiny maze of rooms filled with delicately crafted and brightly painted marzipan. Lots of scenarios from folktales and Disney movies. Easiest way to tell if you'll enjoy it is scrolling through the photos for this attraction....More

Thank Barbara W
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

Nice peace of art, You can't understand how amazing marzipan work can be. Statue of princes Diana, Michael Jackson, Micky Mouse, a lot of children stories. Recorded place

Thank Alon G
Reviewed 5 April 2017

We were amazed by what the "artists" could do with marzipan. Buildings, trains, people, and lots more. We really enjoyed an hour looking at all the exhibits and, of course, bought some treats on the way out. They were as good to eat as the...More

Thank BCbikeGuy
Reviewed 27 February 2017

A small museum above a shop showing items that have been made from mazipan. On the ground floor theres a shop and a workshop. Though it wouldn't be the first thing to draw my attention I did find it interesting.

Thank TD290765
Reviewed 15 February 2017 via mobile

This place is very interesting and nice,you can imagine what they do with marzipan...good for spend afternoon...

Thank Ivan B
Reviewed 29 December 2016 via mobile

A great little family business place with some great marzipan pieces! Marzipan tastes much nicer than English supermarkets. There is a little cafe attached which offers a relax and a great cuppa and cake and again, sells many marzipan.

1  Thank Carla S
Reviewed 25 December 2016 via mobile

Amazing selection of unbelievable detailed marzipan sculptures on the first floor. Plenty of Hungarian historical figures, cartoon scenes and figures for the kids, Life size princess Diana and Michael Jackson, old furnitures, plants and fruits.

Thank viganiko
Reviewed 23 December 2016 via mobile

The displays of artworks made completely of marzipan were amazing! They include famous people, places, and fictional characters. The trip from Budapest is a bit long but not difficult. And definitely worth it!

Thank LamedVav18
Reviewed 15 December 2016

When in town you should visit the Szabo Marzipan Museum, there are marzipan statues of fairy tale characters, food, plants, buildings, famous people, Lady Diana, Mickey Mouse and Michael Jackson!! You can also see how the hand crafts are done and of course there is...More

Thank Kreso B
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