The Danube Region Museum in Komárno is one of the oldest museums in Slovakia. Interesting exhibitions and expositions are located in three buildings in the center of the city: Cultural Palace (Historical development of Komárno and its surroundings from prehistoric times to 1849 and ethnography of the region, Representation Hall and Picture Gallery, Karol Harmos – Permanent exhibition of the painter from Komárno), Ghyczy Palace (Picture Gallery – Art from the beginning of the 18th – 1st half of the 20th century) and Zichy Palace (History of Komárno 1849-1945, Important natives of Komárno: Mór Jókai and Franz Lehár). On the outskirts of the city, Bastion no. 6 of the fortification system houses the Lapidary of Roman stone monuments. The village of Martovce is home to the Exhibition of Folk Architecture and Housing. Learn more about the admission and opening hours of the museum HERE.