Points of interest
In the former castle park we find the castle of Béla Perczel, the founder of the enamel factory , which was built at the beginning of the 20th century.
- With its 9 cemeteries (two of them Jewish) it is one of the richest settlements in the cemeteries.
- In addition to its functioning Catholic, Lutheran, Reformed churches, Baptist house of worship, there are two non-functioning synagogues in the city (one Orthodox and one Neolog).
- Bonyhád erected a public statue for the first time in the world in memory of Wass Albert, a Transylvanian poet and writer.
- Valley Museum
- Bonyhádi Petőfi Sándor Evangelical Grammar School and school museum
- Kindergarten museum
- Fire Museum
- Lake Szecska
- Tomb chapel of the Ermel-Vojnits family
- Perczel mansion
- Former residential house of Mihály Vörösmarty in Alsóbörzsöny
- Graveyard in which members of the Perczel family, including General Mór Perczel, rest.
- Gencsy Castle , also known as the ‘enamel’ Perczel Mansion
- Szekler Memorial Park
- The former Merciful Samaritan Hospital and Immaculata is a subsidiary run by nuns of the Order of St. Vincent of Paul.
- The tallest May tree in the country with its 32 meters.
- Thermal spa
- Ruins of a Gothic church (at the intersection of Main Road 6 and Forberger Street, covered)
- Enamel Factory (1909)
- Shoe factory (1917)
- Bonyhád landscape breed (Bonyhád variegated) cattle
One of the most important enterprises of the city is the German-owned Danubiana Kft., Which carries out grape processing in Hungary in addition to Bonyhád. E ltd. markets mainly white wines, mainly in Western and Northern European countries, including chardonnay, green Veltelin, royal girl and muscat; domestic turnover is around 10 percent.