- Mikes Armin school which was the hunting lodge of the Mikes family and built by Count Ármin Mikes around 1900. Apart from the school the building hosts a little museum displaying glass from the factory which was operated by the Mikó and later the Mikes family in the village until 1918.
- The so called Mikes Spas: the Vallato, the Hammas and the Bükki Spa.
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