National Heritage Park of Ópusztaszer

Seven huge arrows on a hill, representing the Magyar tribes who founded Hungary, are the distinctive landmark of this park in southern Hungary. The Seven Hungarian Arrows composition is the work of László Morvay. The memorial is part of the national heritage park, also home to a rich collection of archaeological, cultural and ethnographic treasures, and hosts a number of exhibitions, events and shows. In the Rotunda, admire the famous 360º "panorama" canvas created under the auspices of Feszty Árpád, celebrating the arrival of the Magyars.

Useful information

Address : 

Szoborkert 68


+36 62 275 133


1800 huf (children 900 huf)

Opening hours

Mar-Jun: 10am-6pm; Jul-Nov: daily except Mon 10am-6pm; rest of year: 10am-4pm - closed Mon