If you like guns, swords and the like, then the military storehouse will be right up you street.
One of the largest private collections of weaponry and associated paraphernalia in the world, it covers the period from 400AD all the way up to the Hungarian Revolution of 1848.
Just looking at all those weapons makes me want to commit violence
In the shadow of the castle and down a shabby looking side street, the Armoury museum doesn`t seem to hold much promise.
Inside though it is a different story. There are 20 display cases holding a wide variety of objects and dotted around the room are larger pieces such as the eighteenth century field gun below.
18th Century field gun
Among the items on display there are shields, sabres, broadswords, muskets, cannons and all manner of weapons.
It is testament to the tenacity of Tóth Sándor, the man who accumulated this fascinating collection, that he was able to gather so many important and historical objects in one place
Tóth Sándor, collector, guiding a group of students around his collection
The stars of the exhibition include:
The Rákóczi burial flag with a Baroque depiction of the Virgin Mary
Ferenc Zichy's Sabre
Be Warned: As with many museums and sights in Eger, most of the exhibits do not have descriptions in English, and in all likelihood those working at the museum will only have rudimentary English.