Purchase of Egyptian artefacts verifiably legal and safe

16 June 2014.

The Museum of Fine Arts acts with the utmost circumspection during every single one of its acquisitions; therefore, the museum collection only includes artefacts whose origin and legal background are unambiguous. This applies to all the artefacts that have entered the Department of Egyptian Antiquities: the museum’s experts are able to indisputably verify the legal origin of each artefact in their collection.

Seuso-treasure Repatriated

26 March 2014.

Hungary has acquired and repatriated seven pieces of the unique, priceless, ancient Roman silver treasure known as the Seuso-treasure

CHANGE IN THE OPENING HOURS ON THE 27TH AND 29TH OF MARCH

26 March 2014.

We kindly inform our visitors about the following changes: - on Thursday, 27th of March due to technical reason the Museum will be open only between 10 am - 5 pm. The entry will be allowed until 4.00 pm. The closing of the permanent exhibitions will go on from 4.30 pm, while the temporary exhibition Raphael will close at 4.50 pm; - on Saturday, 29th of March due to the event planned on the Heroes' square the Museum will be open only between 10 am - 1 pm. The entry will be allowed until 12.00 pm. The closing of the permanent exhibitions will go on from 12.30 pm, while the temporary exhibition Raphael will close at 12.50 pm. Thank you for your kind understanding.