VISIT FROM 31 OCTOBER 2018
17 July 2018.
The permanent exhibitions are arranged according to a new concept: besides the treasures of Egyptian and Classical Antiquity, the history of European and Hungarian art until the end of the 18th century is displayed here due to the reunification of the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts and the Hungarian National Gallery.
From 31 October, the following exhibitions can be visited in the recently renovated Romanesque wing:
Basement level – Egyptian Art, Classical Antiquities
Ground floor – Renaissance Hall, Romanesque Hall
1st floor – European Art 1200–1600
2nd floor – European Sculpture 1350–1800
3rd floor – Art in Historical Hungary 1600–1800 (display of the baroque collection from the Hungarian National Gallery in a new exhibition area)
On the basement level fully renewed cloakroom and restaurant are waiting our visitors.
Ticket price: HUF 1,400
Leonardo and the Budapest Horse and Rider
31 October 2018 – 6 January 2019
The reopening of the museum is accompanied by a special temporary cabinet exhibition: Leonardo da Vinci’s Horse and Rider will be displayed together with other masterpieces by the Renaissance master and his contemporaries in the renovated and now reopened Michelangelo Hall on the ground floor.
Ticket: HUF 1,800 (including a free visit to the permanent exhibitions)
Group discount (10% from 15 persons): HUF 1,600 per person
Admission tickets will be available online from the beginning of October at jegymester.hu
Inquiries of group visits and guided tours will be accepted from the middle of September 2018. Please contact us at the e-mail address ZWR1Y2F0aW9uIzEhKyNtZmFiLmh1 (or register online on our new website).
Prices of guided tours in English, French, German, Italian and Russian:
- group of 15 persons or less: HUF 10.000
- group from 16 persons: HUF 12.500
The maximum number of people in a group is 30-40 persons, depending on the exhibition area.
Further details will be published on our new website from the middle of September 2018.