The Amadé-Bajzáth-Pappenheim Chateau is open for the public during the three summer months, June, July and August only by request. In the ground floor the Chateau is hosting Ari Kupsus Gallery from Budapest, upstairs in the Stately Rooms there are memorial rooms of the Finnish Embassy (the Embassy was working in the Chateau during the WW II) and the private summer residence of Mr Kupsus. The Stately Rooms and other salons upstairs have frescoes and are lavishly furnished with the baroque, empire and Ludvig XVI furniture and pieces of art from the original period, all before year 1860. The gain is to create the original, living interior, like the count’s family would be still living in these rooms and salons.
There is no entry fee for the gallery exhibition halls in the ground floor, the suggested minimum donation for viewing the stately rooms upstairs is 2.000 Huf (7 Eur)/person. All the donations go towards the maintaining and preserving this Cultural Heritage of the Hungarian State.