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"The name of the Lord is a strong tower: the upright man running into it is safe."

/Proverbs 18,10/

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“The Sermon on the Mount

When he saw the crowds he went up the hill.

There he took his seat, and when his disciples

had gathered round him he began to address them."

Ráday Museum

Danubian District of the Reformed (Calvinist) Church of Hungary – Ráday Museum

H-6000 Kecskemét, Szabadság tér 7. P.O.B. 238


Tel./fax: + 36 76 486-226

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“Whatever gift each of you may have received, use it in service to one another, like good stewards dispensing the grace of God in its varied forms. Are you a speaker? Speak as if you uttered oracles of God. Do you give service? Give it as in the strength which God supplies. In all things so act that the glory may be God’s through Jesus Christ; to him belong glory and power for ever and ever. Amen”

1 Peter 4:10:11

The Ráday Museum serves as a showroom for an ecclesiastical collection located in Kecskemét. The collection that was named after the Rádays had been founded by Pál Ráday (1677-1733), secretary to Prince Ferenc Rákóczy II, and his son, Gedeon Ráday (1713-1792). The Danubian District of the Reformed (Calvinist) Church took possession of the collection established by the Rádays in 1859. Since then it has been growing mainly by individuals’ donations.


1967     The Ráday Museum was founded in Budapest.

1983     Ráday Museum – operation start in Kecskemét

Items on Display:

Calvinist Church fixtures, Filigree, Tin objects, China,Textile,

Items deposited by individuals:

András Fuxreiter’s mineral collection,

István Hanga’s timepiece & clockwork collection,

A horologist’s original fixtures from the 1930s

Interactive Calvin Display

Total Items on Display: more than 10000 pc

Top Givers:

Dr. Dezső Szíj, art collector,

Iván Szabó, sculptor,

Erzsébet Szitás, painter

Opening Hours:

Monday: closed

Tuesday – Friday: 10:00 – 18:00