The Kiscell Museum re-opens


The Kiscell Museum and the Municipal Gallery are open again from 3 July 2020.

After the COVID-related restrictions have been officially lifted, our member institutions are re-opening. Following the Aquincum Museum and the Budapest Gallery's Imre Varga Collection, the Kiscell Museum and the Municipal Gallery happily await visitors from 3 July. 

The Kiscell Museum re-opens with three temporary exhibitions: the fashion history exhibition 'Shine! - Fashion and Glamour' as well Ottó Vincze's open-air installation 'Danger! High Voltage!' were extended to be open until September, while the photo exhibition 'BODYSCAPE. Nude in Contemporary Hungarian Photography' can finally be viewed in person after its virtual opening in March. 

As for health safety measures, the museum kindly asks the following from visitors:
- use the touch-free hand sanitizer dispenser when entering the museum 
- if the ticket counter is occupied by other visitors, wait outside the entrance 
- choose contactless payment methods, if possible 
- keep 1.5-2 meters distance from others during your visit

The museum provides the following to ensure visitors' safety: 
- we ensure regular cleaning and disinfection in the public areas of the building
- contactless payment is possible at the museum's ticket office and shop
- disposable masks are provided on request

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