The Paprika Museum gives visitors an insight into the details of the manufacturing processes of the world-famous Hungarian paprika
. Also called the red gold, this sweet herb is essential in the culinary culture and the traditional image of Hungary.
Hundreds and thousands of ancient codices
have been gathered together in the private and archbishopric libraries being predecessors to this final, complex library of the Cathedral in Kalocsa.
The exhibition having all the collected treasures of the Archbishopric
on view was opened in 1988, and is located in the northern wing of the complex. The collection consists of paintings, sculptures, golden and other precious jewelry from medieval times
Nicolas Schoeffer, a famous representative of kinetic art was born in Kalocsa in 1912
and died in Paris, France in 1992. He donated a represerntative collection of his life's work to the city of Kalocsa in 1979, which is now displayed in a museum established at the artist's birthplace.