Museums and Art Galleries

Things to do in Budapest
Museums and Art Galleries

Venture through time and view how artists of various times and genres capture reality, its sensibilities and impressions. The National Gallery's collections cover Hungarian art in all genres, Ludwig houses contemporary art, and a plethora of other museums and smaller galleries in Budapest are home to permanent and specialist collections. Consult the concierge.

The National Gallery houses the full historical catalogue of Hungarian art, from the early Gothic period to contemporary works. A fantastic overview of the rich, creative spirit of the nation, the Museum is also home to the finest pieces of the Fine Arts Museum, which is currently under renovation.
Address: I. district, Szent György tér 2. (Buda Castle)
Distance from hotel: 1.3 km (25-min walk)
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00am till 06:00pm (Mondays and Holidays: closed)

The Hungarian National Museum explores all things historically related to the nation’s birth and development, complete with specialist temporary exhibitions that dive into further detail on various subjects. Discover lesser-known chapters of Hungarian history, such as Pannónia under Roman rule, or submerge in the beauty of the ceremonial robes worn by kings at their coronation.
Address: VIII. districtMúzeum krt. 14-16
Distance from hotel: 1.2 km (15-min walk)
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00am till 06:00pm (Mondays and Holidays: closed)

Ar2day Contemporary Art Gallery exhibits paintings, sculptures and photography of established and emerging European artists. We deliver worldwide. Discover the amazing and colourful world of contemporary art and visit our Pop Up gallery space on the Deák Ferenc (Fashion) street side of the hotel.
Opening hours: Monday-Friday 12am-6pm Saturday 12am-5pm or
please call for appointment on +36 20 9460306

Museum of Terror, Budapest

Museum of Terror in Budapest

Top Museum Tip: House of Terror

House of Terror is a museum located at Andrássi út 60 in Budapest, Hungary. It contains exhibits related to the fascist and communist dictatorial regimes in 20th-century Hungary. It is also a memorial to the victims of these regimes, including those detained, interrogated, tortured and killed in the building. The museum opened on 24 February 2002 and its director-general has since been Dr. Mária Schmidt. The House of Terror is a member organisation of the Platform of European Memory and Conscience.
Address: VI. district, Andrássy út 60.
Distance from hotel: 1.7 km (20-min walk)
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00am till 06:00pm (Mondays and Holidays: closed)

Processing your request...
Thank You For Your Patience


Please note that this website is optimised for Internet Explorer 10 and higher, as well as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Safari. To ensure that you are able to use our website to its full extent, we kindly ask you to upgrade your browser version, or select a different one. Thank you.