Due to the lack of light pollution, the observatory is suitable for research and scientific work, but it also serves as an adventure park with an LVR, a planetarium and a range of other attractions. Read more.
An aquarium and eco-tourism visitor centre displaying all fish species of the Balaton region, the natural history of the Balaton Uplands and the flora and fauna of Lake Balaton. 21 freshwater tanks. Read more.
Come rain or shine, you’ll be able to board the Balaton Screw Steamer anytime, as it is moored on dry land. It is the second oldest Balaton steamboat, and it functions as a museum/exhibition space. Read more.
A memorial museum established to commemorate the life of one of Hungary's early "rock stars", who made Europe crazy with his popular tunes. It houses temporary exhibitions too. Closed Sun and Mon. Read more.
You can pet the macaques on the monkey trail, and see a giant giraffe, zebras, elephants, lions & tigers. Ask about feeding times at the entrance, so you can catch a glimpse of more reclusive species. Read more.
The perfect location for a romantic date or a family afternoon, even in bad weather. The only cave in Hungary which can be explored by boat. The brand new visitor centre opened in January 2015. Read more.