On 26 September, 'Birth' by Tamás Péli will be on display for the last time at the Budapest History Museum. The final event is a farewell before the departure: we have been with Péli's work for a scant four months, and after the finale it will be going on an unknown journey.
We are awaiting visitors with a wide range of interesting programs on the first weekend of September, including the closing event for the exhibition 'Mounted Archers from Budapest's Past', and a 'birthday celebration' of the Kiscell Museum as well as the two-day-long Roman Festival at the Aquincum Museum.
On the weekend of the national holiday, from the 20th to the 22nd of August, the exhibitions of the Castle Museum can be visited free of charge. We will be open until 8pm on Friday, and until 10pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Due to the Jewish holidays in the fall, the Medieval Jewish Prayer House in Táncsics Mihály Street will be closed on certain days.
Due to the exhibition construction works on the museum's first floor, the Castle Museum's permanent city history exhibition is closed today, on 12 August.
This year, Óbuda's cultural institutions cooperate in organizing a special night for the second time. On the last night of July, the Budapest History Museum's member institutions in Óbuda will be open until midnight and welcome visitors with special guided tours, adult and children's programmes, temporary and permanent exhibitions.
Sándor Bodó DSc, ethnographer, museologist and university professor, passed away at the age of 78 in Veszprém, Hungary.
We are happy to announce that, with the opening of the Castle Museum on 9 June, all of our member institutions - the Aquincum Museum and the Kiscell Museum as well as the Budapest Gallery and its exhibition space, the Imre Varga Collection, are finally welcoming visitors again.