Temporary Exhibitions, Recent News


Buda Castle District Uncovered
Castle Museum
On view: 17 April  31 July 2019

 

The Stickman in the Castle
Kiscell Museum
On view: 16 June – 16 September 2019

 


Lajos Barta - Survival Strategies
Kiscell Museum - Municipal Gallery
On view: 30 May  22 September 2019


The People of Dragons and Birds. The Celts of Csepel Island
Aquincum Museum
On view: 26 April  31 October 2019


The First Bastion. Pop-up exhibition of an unearthed fortification's hidden treasures at two locations
Castle Museum - Buda Pop-up
On view: 25 May  31 October 2019

 


1 Month - 1 Object - 1 Archaeologist
Castle Museum
New object every month

 

 

 

 

 

 

Entry to the Castle Museum during the Budapest Wine Festival

We are hereby informing our visitors that during the Budapest Wine Festival (6–9 September 2018) the Castle Museum of the Budapest History Museum can be entered through the main entrance in the Lions Court only with a valid ticket to the Wine Festival.     

In case you do not wish to purchase a festival ticket, you are able to enter the Castle Museum from the entrance at the Royal Cellar (Királypince) or the garden gate at Szarvas Square (Szarvas tér) with a regular museum ticket.

 

Click here for more information about the Wine Festival.

Changes in the opening hours of the Medieval Jewish Chapel

We hereby inform our visitors that on the 5th and the 6th of September 2018 the Medieval Jewish Chapel will be closed due to maintenance.

 

From the 7th of September 2018, besides keeping it as an exhibition space, the chapel will also be functioning as a place for religious activities. The opening hours, which you can see below, will change accordingly. The chapel's opening hours may also change in the future according to Jewish holidays, therefore we ask you to please check our website any time you wish to pay a visit. 

 

New opening hours of the Medieval Jewish Chapel as of the 7th of September:
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday: 10am to 5pm
Saturday: 12pm to 5pm
CLOSED on Mondays and Tuesdays

 

 

Toward Smart City – Erasmus+ program

Together with the Dániel Berzsenyi High School (Budapest), our museum has participated in an international Erasmus+ program entitled Toward Smart City – Sustainability and liveability of contemporary city. We are happy to announce that the two-year project, which lasted from 2015 to 2017, has ended with great success.

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