The World Heritage Wine Museum of Tokaj is located where the Rivers Tisza and Bodrog meet in northern Hungary, and is about a 2.5-hour drive from Budapest. The building houses an exhibition hall and a museum for the European world heritage wine regions, presenting their history, culture and wines. An old deserted and ruinous ‘beer house’ has been converted into a museum, located next to the building of the former synagogue. The main focus is on the Tokaj-Hegyalja region and its viticulture. The wine region is presented in interactive exhibitions. You can even drive around in a mini car, or fly above Tokaj in a hot air balloon, which in reality would not be possible, but here you can do it with the help of the aerial photos taken of the region. You can explore the only world heritage wine region of Hungary, as well as the specialties of Austrian, French, German, Italian, Portugal and Swiss wine regions. Visit the perfumery, the spice store and the wine pharmacy.