Budimir Mansion

Budimírsky kaštieľ
Contact: Eugen Labanič Director
044 43 Budimír, Slovakia
421 (0) 55 695 8294, 421 (0) 918 965700
421 (0) 55 622 5965

Budimir Mansion is a Classicist building constructed in the mid 18th century for the Ujházy family. The rooms feature splendid cross and cloistral vaulted ceilings and a wall painting has survived in the former representative hall. The house stands in park fenced in Classicist style.

Budimir Mansion underwent reconstruction from 1985, reopening in 1990 as home to the Historical Timepiece Exhibition, a small museum dedicated to the history of time measuring and clocks. Small exhibitions concerning the history of technology and the history of art are also installed here from time to time. Part of the basement also functions as a store for the Slovak Technical Museum.