Why visit: interactive exhibits on film making, the history of the Hungarian cinema industry, studio and set visits
The Korda Filmpark, a recently established theme-park dedicated to film making in Hungary, is located in Etyek, just west of Budapest. Visitors can get a behind the scenes look into movie production at the Korda Studios during the making of foreign films, like the World Without End and The Borgias. In addition, Hungary's notable cinema industry is also on display. Interactive exhibits, a camera obscura, movie set and studio visits with a revealing look behind the secrets of optical illusions and visual effects are all part of the experience.
Korda Filmpark was named after the Hungarian-born Korda brothers, who were movie moguls in the 1930s and 40s and had a major role in establishing the British film industry. The film park hosts a permanent exhibition, which follows their story.
Wednesday – Sunday: 10 am to 6 pm
Tours start every hour and online registration is required.
Adult: HUF 2,500 on weekdays and HUF 3,000 on weekends and holidays
Child & Senior: HUF 1,900 on weekdays and HUF 2,300 on weekends and holidays
Free entry for children under 6
Getting to the Korda Filmpark in Etyek from Budapest:
Etyek is about a half-an-hour drive from Budapest. Take highway M1 to exit 16 towards Biatorbágy. Etyek is the next village after Biatorbágy. Direct bus service is available from Széna tér and Kelenföldi Pályaudvar stations.