The Flora Hungaria flower market is a memorable experience.
The local history can be seen in the Town Local History Collection (34 Árpád str,). This collection is located in a farmhouse built in the 19th century. The exhibition displays the more than one thousand year-old history of the city and its neighbourhood through animal historical artifacts, archaeological waifs and written remains. The brick quarry displays about 140 different bricks, the lapidarium stores hearth-shaped gravestones. There is also a collection of traditional costumes. Its permanent exhibition is “From the stone-axe to the wooden plough”. Opening hours: from April 1 until September 31, between 14pm-17pm. Tel.: (24) 367-101.
Two new churches were built in the last few years, a reformed and a Baptist. Here works the National Baptist Theological Academy.
In the Jenő Ádám Memorial House the composer’s and music teacher’s documents can be seen about his life and workmanship. He passed away in 1982 and he got his inspiration for his works from Hungarian folk music. Opening hours: from April 1 until September 31, between 14pm-17pm. Tel.: (24) 367-101.
The Szigetszentmiklós part of the Danube is a beloved place for anglers and aquatic sports fans. In the nearby marsh some rare orchid species bloom.
Near the city is the Lakihegy radio aerial tower. Its altitude of 314 metres was an impressive technical solution in the first half of the 20th century.