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I didn't set off to visit this museum, which I hadn't visited for many years. But I thought I'd have another look at Hősök tere (Heroes Square) - always a delight - except this time they were preparing for a pop concert and I could...More
The exhibits are examples of objects made by masters of old crafts, many of them are a modern twist on old skills so they could absolutely be incorporated into the modern home / contemporary fashion. Everything can be found here from furniture, clothes, everyday objects,...More
While visiting Hero’s square on a Hop on Hop off sightseeing tour bus, we noticed the Palace of Exhibitions (Mucsarnok), a graceful building opposite the Museum of Fine Arts (Szépmüvészeti Museum), on the other side of the square. The Palace of Exhibitions was built in...More
My boyfriend and I visited the museum in September last year. We were lucky to see an exhibitions of Sebastian Salgado's images and Jozef Suchoza artworks - both exhibitions were stunning! Because the exhibitions are changed relatively often, I would recommend checking the museum's website...More
We were looking for a museum to go to Budapest on our free day. We come across the Mucsarnok, looked very nice form the outside. In side the exhibition was on local culture from all over Hungary. All we can say it was breathtaking. What...More
We were lucky to pop into one of the most amazing art/craft exhibitions I have ever seen, on from 21st April- 20th August 2018.
There was an outstanding selection of Hungarian folk handicrafts from the last 10-15 years. The crafts were beautifully displayed and we...More
A rainy afternoon in Budapest so I wanted to go somewhere indoors to escape the rain and see something I had not seen before. The Kunsthalle was my second choice as the Museum of Fine Arts was closed. I loved it! Contemporary art is not...More