Helikon Kastélymúzeum Keszthely

Helikon Castle was the next Hungarian landmark to be included on the €0 banknote. The banknote features a bird’s-eye view of Helikon Castle, where you can see its present-day ‘U’ shape. You can also see the castle garden on the banknote, which is guaranteed to enchant with its beauty.

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Helikon Kastélymúzeum Keszthely

Helikon Castle was the next Hungarian landmark to be included on the €0 banknote. It has thus become part of the magnificent collection of zero euro banknotes, which represent precious Hungarian monuments and help to spread the country’s cultural heritage.

Festetics Castle, the heart of the well-kept Hungarian town of Keszthely, is the third largest castle in Hungary. It was built thanks to the efforts of one of Hungary’s richest and most noble families – the Festetics. Today it functions as a museum institution called Helikon Castle, which hosts many interesting events and exhibitions.

Today, the castle is a museum whose mission is to preserve, scientifically process and present the Festetics heritage. Visitors will find six permanent exhibitions in five buildings. Thanks to the fact that the castle was protected from destruction during the Second World War, there are many original furnishings. When you visit the castle, you will thus experience an authentic aristocratic lifestyle.

In addition, it is possible to visit the Palm House, which evokes the tradition of orangeries and tropical greenhouses as part of the aristocratic way of life since 2012. The Palm House is surrounded by a rock garden, an aquarium, a garden pond and a bird park.

In the exterior of the castle there is also a nature reserve called the Castle Park. It was designed by English gardener Henry Ernest Milner in the 1880s and attractions include a garden pond, fountains, the Princess Chamber Garden and the Bird Park.

If you have any questions, please contact us at info@euroemlekpenz.hu.

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Why do 0 euro banknotes have collector value?

  • paper and security features identical to genuine euro banknotes (holograms, letters, UV elements, …)
  • produced at the Oberthur Technologies printing plant in Paris, which also produces genuine euro banknotes
  • Each piece is unique thanks to serial numbering (like the classic banknotes)
  • they are produced in a limited number of editions, which increases their value among collectors

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