Zoltan Kodaly was a contemporary of Bartok; in fact, they both studied Hungarian folk music together, traveling throughout the country. The two men made some 16,000 recordings (on wax cylinders) of peasant and folk music. Kodaly's apartment is an authentic and largely unaltered testament to his work. It contains period furniture as well as folk objects, manuscripts and items from his personal collection. Currently the entire building is under-going repairs, so to confirm the re-opening details, call ahead or check the updates on the website.
- Open Hours: Wednesday from 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM, Thursday to Saturday from 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM