Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
By the power of its location, architecture and exceptional collection, the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest is a unique institution among the Hungarian museum scene. Its neoclassical and neorenasissance building, which received the Europa Nostra Prize for its reconstrcuction, is part of the world heritage. Its collection was established in 1906 and gives home to some of the most exceptional artefacts of national and international art.
4 event hall
6 permanent exhibition
Hungarian National Gallery
The rentable venues of the Hungarian National Gallery cover almost the whole spectrum of events, since it is an ideal location for gala dinners, receptions, award ceremonies, cocktail parties or corporate team building activities. The memorable experience is enhanced by the panorama terraces, which provide a spectacular view of Budapest.
4 panorama terraces
3 event hall
Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts
A picturesque garden awaits you with exotic plants and overgrown sculptures in the Hopp Ferenc Museum of East Asian Art at Andrássy Street. This outdoors venue is a perfect location for small garden parties, family events, product presentations, thematic photoshoots, engagement dinners or workshops.
Located in a popular part of Óbuda, Vasarely Museum provides and inspirational environment for smaller corporate receptions or workshops. Between spring and autumn, the Museum’s garden becomes a venue of wine tastings, receptios, corporate meetings.
El Greco exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts!
The exhibition seeks to present an all-embracing overview about the oeuvre of El Greco (1541–1614), one of the foremost masters in the history of European art, while allowing an insight into the full complexity of forms he applied and his astounding stylistic development. The Museum of Fine Arts – whose exceptional Spanish collection preserves the most works by El Greco in Europe after Spain – will host the first large-scale Hungarian exhibition devoted to the master, thus settling a long-term debt to the public.Online Ticket
Hantaï, Klee, and other Abstractions
The Museum of Fine Arts’s cabinet exhibition pays tribute to the painter Simon Hantaï, born in Hungary a hundred years ago and attaining world fame while in France. The sixty or so displayed works include two dozen hitherto unknown modernist masterpieces by the artist, who passed away in Paris in 2008, but also those eight paintings that his family gifted to the museum in 2016 in accordance with his last will.Online Ticket