The Museum bears the name of the Roman-age settlement called Matrica (pronounce: ma:trika) that was located on the area of the present town of Százhalombatta. In the museum, besides scientific research and rescue excavation, there are scientific and public education lectures, museo-pedagogical classes, playhouse and craft learning activities connected to the exhibitions. The Archeological Park is unique of its kind, with burial mounds raised in the early Iron-age, authentically reconstructed Bronze- and Iron Age settlements with real houses, outbuildings and tools.

Suitcase Memories

Temporary exhibition from the 1st of June until the 25th of September, 2016.


Ebola, on the trail of the epidemic

The new and unique exhibition of the „Matrica” Museum is the first to present the history of the Ebola virus between January 30 and July 5, 2015. It was opened by Dr. Ferenc Teremi, medical director of the „Százhalom” Medical Center, on January 30.   

Piece of Art of the month
Sculpture of the musician blowing double whistle from Százhalombatta
Sculpture of the musician blowing double whistle from Százhalombatta

The little, approx. 8 cm tall bronze sculpture is a special element of the music history of early iron age in Europe. 

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