A little frustrated as I’ve visited lots of art, craft and textiles supply shops looking to buy indigo dye but no one seems to have it or knows where to get it. I decided to go to Goldberger Textiles Museum. It was a nice modern museum with well signed displays in both Hungarian and English, some interactive displays and elements for kids. It wasn’t large but was laid out chronologically describing the history of the textiles company founded by the Goldberger family and how the industry changed through the years. For anyone with an interest in Hungarian textiles production it is a worthwhile visit. Another interesting spot was the Magyar Népi Iparművészeti Múzeum where I made contact with some indigo dyers and got an invitation to attend a fashion parade of kékfestő fabrics made into traditional style garments.