The seat of the Danube Museum in Komárno is located on Palatínova Street, in the building of the Palace of Culture built in 1913. It is one of the most important centers of Hungarian culture in Slovakia, and also boasts the richest Roman collection in Slovakia.
A selection from the earliest and most valuable works of the collections of the fine arts from the 18th century to the beginning of the 20th century can be seen in the Ceremonial Hall of the museum. The oil paintings by Árpád Feszty entitled The Battle at Bánhida (1897 – 1898) and The Earthquake in Komárom in 1763 by Karl Friedl belong to the most noteworthy works of the gallery.
Nowadays, the basic task of the museum is to document the development and present state of society in the area of Komárno district, as well as to document the wildlife of the southern areas of the Danube plain (Komárno and Nové Zámky districts). The museum specializes in the research and documentation of the history, ethnography, cultural history and interethnic relations of the Hungarian population living in the territory of Nitra County. It also specializes in the research and documentation of Roman relics in the Komárno district.