Guided Tours

For advance booking of group tours and to arrange private tours, please contact the Museum Education Departmentat at ZWR1Y2F0aW9uIzEhKyNtZmFiLmh1 or call +36 1 469-7180 on weekdays between
10 am - 1 pm and 2 pm - 4 pm.

We are sorry to inform our visitors, that we cannot accept more requests to the Rembrandt exhibition.

The trained guides of the Museum of Fine Arts offer both individual visitors and groups guided tours in the Old Masters' collection and in the temporary exhibitions. Tours can be arranged in Hungarian, English, French, German, Italian, Russian and Spanish during museum opening hours from 10 am to 5.30 pm. The last time slot for a tour is 4.30 pm. If you would like to arrange a guided tour, please submit your request at least one week in advance.

Please note that only the Museum's trained guides booked through the Education Department may offer tours in the Museum of Fine Arts.

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n cases when the Museum cannot provide a tour in the desired language, travel agency guides may interpret a Hungarian tour with prior authorization of the Education Department.

• Teachers and professors may request permission in advance to lecture their class in the permanent collections, and they will receive a guest badge at the Information Desk.

Click here for more information on School groups and Tourist groups .

Guided tours in connection with corporate events may also be requested at +36 1 469 7271 or +36 1 469 7272.

Fees for Guided Tours
in Hungarian

up to 15 people
8 000 HUF 
more than 15 (max. 30) people 10 000 HUF 

in other languages

up to 15 people
10 000 HUF 
more than 15 (max. 30) people
12 500 HUF 

Free Guided Tours
in the Old Masters' Galleries
The volunteer guides of the Docent Programme offer individual visitors free guided tours in English and in Hungarian in the Old Masters’ collection.  Please note: An admission fee is charged to all visitors.  Groups of more than two visitors seeking a guided tour must contact the Museum Education Department for rates and availability.

All dates, times and themes are subject to change.