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The exhibition 'Destination: Hope' can be entered through a temporary entrance

Due to a private event held in the Baroque Hall of the BHM Castle Museum, the exhibition "Destination: Hope. The International Children’s Train Action in the Interwar Period" can be entered through a temporary entrance from 2:00 pm today, on 12 January.

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Opening hours during the holidays

Our museums - the Aquincum Museum, the Budapest Gallery, the Kiscell Museum and the Castle Museum - as well as our exhibition venues welcome visitors at different times during the holidays.

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Winter break in the Archaeological Archives

The Archaeological Archives are holding a winter break from 13 December 2021 until 7 January 2022.

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Celebrate Budapest's birthday with us!

Free entry for Budapest residents and for those who were born today!

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Winter opening hours and maintenance at the Aquincum Museum

From 2 November 2021, winter opening hours and ticket prices apply at the Aquincum Museum. Due to renovation and maintenance works, between 17 January 2022 and (foreseeably) 15 February 2022, the BHM Aquincum Museum and Archaeological Park will be closed to visitors.

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From 1 November, wearing a mask is mandatory

From 1 November 2021, wearing a mask that covers the nose to under the chin is mandatory in public institutions including our museums.

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Our museums are closed today

On 1 November, all of our member institutions - the Aquincum Museum and Archaeological Park, the Budapest Gallery, the Castle Museum as well as the Kiscell Museum - Municipal Gallery - are closed. From 2 November, visitors are welcome in the usual opening hours.

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Memory of rape in wartimes memorial: call for entries closed

A total of 36 Hungarian and foreign entries were received by the deadline of 15 October 2021 for the international call for entries for the Memorial of Rape in Wartimes, launched by the Municipality of Budapest in July 2021.

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Free entry on 23 October

Entrance to all of Budapest History Museum's member institutions is free on 23rd October.

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New exhibition: Ostapenko, Shoul It Stay or Should It Go?

The exhibition 'Ostapenko, Should It Stay or Should It Go? The Politics of Removing Monuments from Public Spaces between 1990 and 1993' provides an overview of the sculpture relocations ordered by the Municipality of Budapest and organised by the Budapest Gallery after the regime change, with the help of contemporary photo documentation.

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