EXHIBITION – “THE ISLAND OF PEACE”
Renovated between 2018 and 2020, all the rooms of the Esterházy Palace, which have been completely restored as a monument, await visitors. Its furnished rooms and exhibition spaces offer a unified experience, inviting those interested in taking a lavish behind-the-scenes time journey through the history of the palace, the owner family and the era.
Following the program, visitors may enjoy some coffee in the café of the palace. For the Esterházy family, Tata meant the comfort of rural life, relaxation and recreation.
Hunts, hospitality, sophisticated dinners, entertainment and drinking coffee characterised the days spent here. The Esterházys were famous for their refined taste, which applied to the field of gastronomy as well. The elegant, gourmet taste was also present in their everyday lives: they drank Viennese-style coffee specialties, they had elaborate cakes made by their confectioners, crowned with the great creations of their own French champagne master.
The Salon Café established in the palace is meant to evoke this atmosphere – a slice and a drop of the milieu that surrounded the residents and guests of the palace. The elegant café, which features both modern and traditional elements, is open to those entering the palace without a ticket as well.