The Furniture Collection, numbering 4000 artworks, includes pieces of furniture, instruments and other woodworks (statuettes, ginger moulds, toys) as well. More >>
The Ceramics and Glass Collection including approximately 23,000 objects can be grouped into several units. More >>
The Metalwork Collection includes 11,000 entries mainly consisting of artworks of foreign and partially of Hungarian masters. More >>
The Textile and Costume Collection, which numbers approximately 17,000 works of art, besides the European artworks includes textiles from other continents that offer a comprehensive view of different periods and techniques of textile art. More >>
The collection includes more than 25,000 archive photographs which are unique sources of the works of art and interiors destroyed during the twentieth century, of the private collections in former times as well as of the universal expositions and of the earlier exhibitions in the museum.
The collection of design sheets numbers approximately 7000 entries and primarily consists of printed design sheets and art supplements of periodicals from the nineteenth and twentieth century.
In the collection of designs and drawings the Archive owns approximately 7000 pieces of original designs for different decorative art objects. Besides numerous artists' bequests the collection includes the museum's original plans drawn by Ödön Lechner and his colleagues.
The Ex Libris collection consisting of approximately 70,000 pieces is one of the most comprehensive of such collections in the world, and offers numerous examples of bookplates owned by memorable book collectors or designed by famous graphic artists. More >>
In the collection of the library are the fine book bindings mainly made of leather which preciously formed part of the Minor Collections. More >>