Chronicling the Hungarian cultural and historical heritage in the United States
Founded in 1955, the Foundation's ongoing mission is to communicate the story of American Hungarians through the Hungarian Heritage Center, which is the only facility of its type in the United States. The traditions and contributions of American Hungarians are documented and conserved as important collections and shared with the general public in the Foundation's Museum, Library and Archives. The Foundation's location in the Northeast region of the United States places it not only in an historically important area for American Hungarians, but is also in close reach of nearly forty percent of the current American Hungarian population. Because the role of Hungarians in this country is a significant ingredient in the fabric of American history, the Foundation is dedicated to preserving and enriching the Hungarian heritage in the United States.
We invite you to visit the Foundation and join us in celebrating our past and our future.
300 Somerset Street (PO Box 1084)
New Brunswick, NJ 08903 USA
Join us on February 23th, 2014, at 2:00 pm for the opening of our new exhibit:
EVA ZEISEL - LIFE, DESIGN and BEAUTY
The museum will be closed from 2/1 to 2/2 as we take down the fesitval of trees exhibit.