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Museum of Applied Arts

Ulloi ut 33-37., Budapest 1091, Hungary
+36 1 456 5107
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Designed by Odön Lechner and completed in 1896, the attractive edifice houses a permanent collection of traditional, and not-so-traditional, arts and crafts.
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Ulloi ut 33-37., Budapest 1091, Hungary
+36 1 456 5107
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Thoroughly enjoyable visit with the building itself worth making the effort to see. I spent over an hour in the temporary exhibit on Hungarian architects which was an absolute treat. There are old TV programmes running in the exhibition area and these were great to...More

Thank Keith M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The building is amazing and very interesting, and the exhibition was both interesting and beautiful. We spent a most enjoyable hour there. Highly recommended.

Thank yossiw765
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The permanent collection here contains beautiful examples of Hungarian craftsmanship, including ceramics, silver wares, textiles and furniture. The pieces show that Hungarian design during the age of the Austro-Hungarian Empire was equal to that found in Vienna. The museum building itself is architecturally stunning. My...More

Thank midwesttraveller2015
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

the architecture made worth a visit; the permanent exhibitions are very eclectic and you won't need more than an hour to visit all. tops.

Thank andre_med1
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Grab the 28 bus and go to this magnificent building before it closes in the latter half of 2017- according to their brochure. Fantastic architecture, hipster coworking space and we got easily talked into the three exhibitions which were spellbinding.if you love design then this...More

Thank GillianMacleod
Reviewed 17 June 2017

This beautiful building houses a permanent exhibition of the Treasures of Hungary, plus a variety of temporary exhibitions. When we visited the two featured exhibitions were on colour (particularly fascinating to me as I am a fibre artist) and Bauhaus/Modernist furniture and architecture. Really worth...More

Thank kazzyb007
Reviewed 21 May 2017

The building is lovely and worth seeing inside, I visited this as it was close to where I was staying and am glad I did. The exhibitions are nice, especially the colour one, it was a shame only that the staff constantly follow you around.

Thank Rosemary C
Reviewed 21 May 2017

This beautiful building, erected around 1896 is a classical example of Art Nouveau architecture. The style itself is worth a visit, especially with the roof being made in the Zsolnay factory, similar in appearance to the roof of the Matthias Church in Buda. The inside...More

Thank Gabriel H
Reviewed 9 May 2017

I saw this building included on a "Ten Best Art Nouveau Buildings of Budapest" list, so I really wanted to see it. The building is indeed extraordinary, especially the roof, with its moss-green Zsolnay tiles. The portico is also exceptional, with its colourful ceramic tiles...More

Thank Raymond W
Reviewed 2 May 2017

The exterior of this building draws you in, it is beautiful and the roof is decorated with ceramic tiles from an area in Hungary who make this unique art. Inside the building is also amazing, and they have some marvelous displays. The one on the...More

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