The exhibition titled Bright Újhely gives an overview on the history of Sátoraljaújhely, covering almost six centuries (1261–1849). It introduces the Újhely castle, church history, and also the vine-growing and wine-making tools that are traditionally important in the economic life of the region. There is a separate exhibition space for the 17th and 18th century independence movements as well. The Kazinczy Room presents the development of the Hungarian Enlightenment.
The reconstructed interior of the Zemplén Casino is a separate space – the casino operated between 1834 and 1850 in the current museum building. The displayed bookshelves, book racks and newspapers evoke the social and intellectual life of the era.
The exhibition titled World of Birds presents about 160 bird species out of the 350 species native to Hungary, grouped by their natural habitat. The third permanent exhibition is titled Natural History of the Zemplén Mountains. The materials are selected from collections of several other museums, introducing the geological history, minerals and rocks of the Tokaj and Zemplén Mountains.
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