One of the first open-air ethnographical museums of Hungary, the Bakony Ethnographical House can be found next to Dezső Laczkó Museum. This house was built as a replica of a 19th century house in 1935. The thatched-roofed, porched building represents the most developed type of contemporary dwelling houses. The furnishing of its rooms (porch, kitchen and living room) allows us to peep into the life of the Calvinist lower gentry village inhabitants of the county. The back room houses an operating gourd-maker's workshop.