Exhibitions, recent news, events

Those Who Built Budapest 3.0
Architecture and taste in the education of artisans and apprentices at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries
Stoves and Stove-Tiles in Medieval Hungary from the 14th-16th Centuries

A new permanent exhibition at the Castle Museum

Permanent exhibition at the Castle Museum

Permanent exhibition at the Castle Museum



Museo Mundial Project

The EU financed Museo Mundial is a project about to be realized in four countries of Europe (Germany, Czech Republic, Portugal and Hungary)and its main purpose is to promote the collaboration between museums and non-governmental organizations by integrating the Millennium Development Goals and the global concerns into the permanent exhibitions of the museums involved in the guise of interactive stations.


The Millennium Development Goals by the target date of 2015 adopted in 2000 by the UN Member States are the following:

1. To eradicate extreme poverty and hunger

2. To achieve universal primary education

3. To promote gender equality and empowering women

4. To reduce child mortality rates

5. To improve maternal health

6. To combat HIV/AIDS, malaria, and other diseases

7. To ensure environmental sustainability

8. To develop a global partnership for development


The project partners:


forum für internationale entwicklung + planung e.V.

Dachverband Entwicklungspolitik Baden-Württemberg (DEAB)

Naturhistorischen Gesellschaft Nürnberg e.V. (NHG)

Czech Republic:

National Museum of Agriculture (NZM)




Museum der Loures Municipality (CML)

Instituto Politécnico de Leiria (IPL)

Instituto Marquês de Valle Flôr (IMVF)


Hungarian Railway Museum (MVPA)

Hungarian Baptist Aid ( HBAid)


There are five of these stations operating in the Castle Museum: one in the King's Cellar which provides a short overview on the castle's hygiene situation over the past centuries. Three stations are located in the Budapest– Light & Shadow – a 1000 Years of a Capital exhibition: one sheds light on the water balance of Earth and the other is concerned with the significance ofequal opportunities and education of women. The third of the stations is about fair trade and it is displayed at the Budapest market section in the exhibition. The fifth and last station is on the second floor of the museum at the Ancient peoples, antique cultures exhibition to explore a recently installed Scythiantomb. In the 2500 years old finding lies a mother with her little child. The stationdeals with the tools of nurturing babies in the Bronze Age.


The stations can be visited for one year.

This project has been realized with the assistance of the European Union.

The contents of this are the sole responsibility of BTM / HbAid and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.