AFTER MORE THAN THREE YEARS OF RECONSTRUCTION WORK, THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS RE-OPENS ON 31 OCTOBER.
THE ENGLISH VERSION OF OUR FULLY REVAMPED HOMEPAGE WILL BE ACCESSIBLE FROM 7 NOVEMBER.
ON 31 OCTOBER OPENING TO THE PUBLIC AT 12.00 NOON
Museum building: Tuesday-Sunday 10 am – 6 pm, closed on Monday;
Exhibitions: from 10 am, closing starts at 5.30 pm from level 3
Ticket offices: 10 am – 5 pm, entry is allowed until 5 pm (also with pre-purchased or free tickets).
Shop (without admission ticket): 10 am – 5.45 pm
Restaurant (with admission ticket): 10 am – 5.30 pm
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.
The collection of Art after 1800 will be on show in the Hungarian National Gallery from 7 December, 2018, as one section of the permanent exhibitions.
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
level 1 – European Art 1250–1600
level 2 – European Sculpture 1350–1800
level 3 – Art in Hungary 1600–1800 (display of the baroque collection from the Hungarian National Gallery in a new exhibition area)
LEONARDO AND THE BUDAPEST HORSE AND RIDER
31 October 2018 ‒ 6 January 2019
Leonardo and the Budapest Horse and Rider will be the first temporary exhibition in the renewed Museum of Fine Arts. The dossier exhibition displaying almost twenty works and mounted to commemorate the approaching 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death can be seen in the museum’s newly renovated Michelangelo Hall from autumn 2018. The Budapest Horse and Rider will be presented in the company of masterpieces by Leonardo and his contemporaries loaned by foreign collections and seen in Hungary for the first time. Leonardo’s ten drawings and the sculptures of his fellow artists inspired by the master will faithfully document the problem that remained unresolved during the Renaissance and which Leonardo strove to answer for more than four decades: the creation of a free-standing rearing horse and rider.
Admission tickets are available online at the webshop www.jegymester.hu
|50% concession (only for citizens of EEA)
(youths aged 6–26 years, seniors aged between 62-70 years, two adults accompanying two or more family members under 18
applicable if buying min. 15 tickets in the same price category for a group visit to temporary exhibition (10%)
|Audio guide (for the permanent exhibtions)
|Video ticket (valid only in the permanent exhibitions)
Visitors of the temporary exhibition are welcome to visit gratis the permanent exhibitions open on that day.
Please note that free tickets can only be obtained on the day of visit by presenting a proof of entitlement at the ticket desk.
To all exhibitions: children under the age of 6, only for citizens of EEA countries: senior citizens over the age of 70, disabled visitors with one attendant; teachers employed in elementary or secondary education, holders of ICOM and ICOMOS Card, holders of Press Card with a photo; guides leading a group of at least 10 tourists;
To the permanent exhibitions only: holders of Budapest Card (24, 48, 72, 96, 120 hours) for one-time access.
Providing guided tours will start on 20 November 2018, inquiries will be accepted from 31 October. Please contact us at the e-mail address email@example.com. Between 31 October and 20 November, the exhibitions can be visited only without tours for individual visitors and groups as well.