Virtual exhibitions

Besides searching and browsing digitized cultural contents, visitors can view thematic virtual exhibitions from the records of MaNDA’s database, which are widened weekly. Our aim with the exhibitions is to introduce the cultural contents of the database in a new context, in a way that they would never be in the same virtual room otherwise, due to their spatial, legal or formal features. You can see our former exhibitions under this menu.

A table for two with shade, view and fresh air

As long as the Danube… - hairstyle-historical curiosities

At the café - better than being at home

Bathing Culture

Black for wedding, white for mourning – colours of Hungarian folk costumes

Budai Vigadó

Christmas spirit

Cult of moustache

Count Gyula Andrássy and the Compromise

Demolished memories, lost buildings – Budapest

Demolished memories, lost buildings – chief towns, settlements

Do you want to play?

A dog's life

Endre Szász’s life – Master of book illustrations and porcelain panels

Ex libris

Fabulous picture postcards


Forint turned 70 this year

From the reindeer bone to the skating rink

Gone-by New Year's Eves

Hop little bunny

Keep out moustache, here comes the beard

Lottery fever

The history of aviation

The history of sleighing and skiing

Hungarian Brands

Hungarian winter expelling festival, Busó-walking of Mohács

The Kistelegdi Collection

Let it be red


Memories from the Ottoman-Turkish Era

More than 77 Hungarian folk tales

National Exhibition and Fair of Pécs in 1907

New bread and fireworks for the people

Olympic Tales

Panem et circenses

Pécs Gloves

Pop-stars on leaflets and pamphlets

Retrospective bicycle tour

(Self)Portrait Gallery

Short statue walk in Budapest

The independent post administration turns 150

That’s how the thousand-year-old Hungary celebrated


Virtual tour

Visible and invisible 15th March

When computers were unemployed

The yellow is the finest


Small exhibitions

From Bridge Society to Chain bridge

Ice on the top

Lottery fever

Staying prepared since 1912

The day of Hungarian Poetry

The rain in May is worth gold - and what about the wedding?