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The Castle Museum re-opens on 24 July

After four months of closure, the Castle Museum re-opens its exhibitions on 24 July 2020.

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The Budapest History Museum has held a staff meeting regarding the termination of public employee status of cultural employees

The museum held a briefing for its employees on the change of legal status of public employees working in public cultural institutions and public collections.

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Summer camps in our member insitutions

The member institutions of the Budapest History Museum offer a wide range of camps for children this summer as well, from gladiator training and fairy tale adventures to printing workshops and creative endeavors.

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The Budapest Gallery re-opens with a new exhibition

The Budapest Gallery’s upcoming exhibition, So Far, So Good, which examines our everyday anxieties, the compulsion to be productive, burnout from overwork, and our reactions to all three, will open after a delay of almost three months.

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The Kiscell Museum re-opens

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

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The Imre Varga Collection re-opens

The Budapest Gallery's Imre Varga Collection re-opens on 1 July 2020.

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Treasures of Budapest – poster exhibition at the stations of metro line M1

Featuring a selection of valuable items from our collections and exhibitions, the Budapest History Museum is presenting a poster exhibition, entitled 'Treasures of Budapest' at the stations of metro line M1 from 24 June.

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The Aquincum Museum fully reopens on 20 June

The Aquincum Museum’s exhibition venues are re-opening to the public on Saturday, 20 June 2020. We are cancelling time-slots for visits and you can also buy your tickets at the cashier’s desk. On 23 June, we’re returning to our usual summer opening hours and ticket prices.

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The Aquincum Museum is partially re-opening

From Saturday 23 May 2020, the Archaeological Park, the Baths Museum, and the Hercules Villa will re-open to visitors!

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The Budapest History Museum is joining the "Out of Order" solidarity campaign

A solidarity campaign by artist Sándor Márkus, entitled "Out of Order", is starting on 28 April 2020. The installation visualizes an expectant standpoint that we have all experienced at certain points of our lives - for example, during the current pandemic situation. The Budapest History Museum is joining the campaign.

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