This whitewashed house has an adventurous history: it was the holiday house of Benedictine monks, a confectionery with benefits for nobles, a famous Balaton inn of the 1830s named after poet Sándor Kisfaludy, then it was the theatre of Balatonfüred, and finally, called Kisfaludy Mozgó (“Moving Kisfaludy”), it was one of the first cinemas of the country.

The monument building of Kisfaludy Gallery was refurbished in 2004, and nowadays it’s the north shore shrine of arts, where contemporary painters, sculptors, and photographers have temporary exhibitions.