Showcasing the flora and the fauna of the Kis-Balaton, the Kis-Balaton House offers interactive fun for visitors, who can find out about the historical and ethnographical characteristics of the region, the wildlife of the marshlands, the microscopic creatures living in the waters, and the inhabitants of the reedfields. Short films, guided tours and dioramas of the winter and summer grove make your visit to this site more colorful.
Along with the natural attractions, burial sites and an archaeological exhibition featuring farm buildings from the Carolingian era are also open to visitors. The smallest visitors are encouraged to make drawings of their time here, and the pictures are exhibited in the visitor center. An aquatic playground has been constructed to enhance the fun factor, with four sets of church ruins and the Millennium Memorial designed by Imre Makovecz also nearby.