A rare collection of pictures, Hungarian, Austrian and Czech from the age of the double monarchy. Some are from well known artists, some from less famous, a broad selection of portraits and landscapes are presented. One of the most famous ones "Ecce homo" once again is presented to the public. I liked also some of the Austrian painters. A memorable... 更多
When you go to Heroes' Square, you will see it is framed by two gorgeous buildings. To the right is the contemporary Art building, called Mucsarnok. It has works from local Hungarians and also international artists. It has a bookshop, gift shop restrooms and cafe. Wheelchair accessible for the most part to get in, stairs inside, look for elevators. I... 更多
The museum was located right next to Heroes' Square while exhibitions on photos and other contemporary art were on a rotation basis. So do check what would be displayed at the moment of your visit prior to the payment of entrance fee of HUF1,800 per person.
This is one of 2 galleries facing Heroes' Square and used for contemporary art exhibitions. Came for an exhibition of Nature Art by some Hungarian and international artists. Ticket price of HUF1800 was pricey from what was on display.
Me and my friends recently visited Budapest and went on a tour. We decided to go into this museum to use the toilet and whilst some of you may say why didn't you go to a public one...? We tried to ask but the guard didn't speak very good English. In England most museums are free or ask for a... 更多
very good exhibitions. szervatiusz jeno/ tibor-two sculptors, two generations is wonderful and must be seen. the other exhibitions were also very good
We went here to see the temporary Steve McCurry photo exhibition which was quite good. The rest of the musuem looked quite small and not a great deal on offer. So make sure you check what is on before you come here as that will definitely influence if you like this place or not! It is located to the right... 更多
Located in the right hand side of Heros' Square this looks like another boring classic building. It's just the opposite. It houses the most exciting artists and it has a varying program. Now it shows the photographs of Steve McCurry who presents his eminent and moving pictures mainly from India, and Tibet. You won't leave the place unaffected. The faces... 更多