An exhibition showing the wine growing of the Hajos-Baja Wine Region and the cellar village of Hajos consisting of about 1200 cellars has also been established in the Archiepiscopal Palace of Hajos renovated from half a billion HUF. The marvelous baroque palace will surely improve the quality of the tourism and hospitality service of the Hajos-Baja Wine Region.
At the end of September the Visitor Center of the Archiepiscopal Palace of Hajos has opened. For the development of the continuously decomposing palace that had been empty since 1998 into a tourist sight, the proprietor of the palace, the Municipality of Bacs-Kiskun County won 473 million HUF EU-subsidy on tourism in 2008. In the framework of the investment with a total value of 563 million HUF the visitors can get acquainted with the everyday life of the baroque age nobles through baroque interiors (banquet hall, salon, study, bedroom), focusing on the curiosities. Besides this a hunting exhibition, and an exhibition showing the wine growing of the Hajos-Baja Wine Region and the cellar village of Hajos consisting of about 1200 cellars was established as well in the former high priest residence. In the palace operated by the Museum Organization of Bács-Kiskun County one can find seasonal/temporary exhibitions, a museum-educational employer (with materials on the baroque themes), a café-sweets shop, a gift shop and information spot for tourists.