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Opening hours

OPENING HOURS


Tuesday-Sunday: 10 am - 6 pm
Ticket desk: until 5 pm
Exhibition halls closing: from 5.30 pm
Closed on Mondays


Disabled entrance to our exhibitions from Building B



TEMPORARY CHANGES


We inform our visitors that on Saturday, 27 June, Wednesday, 1 July and Wednesday 4 July the galleris on the 1st floor (part of our collection of the "19th-century Art" (including Mihály Munkácsy and the Realism of the End of Century and Nude Sculptures from the Turn of the Century and) cannot be visited due to technical issues. Full-price tickets for the permanent exhibitions can be purchased with a 50% concession these days. (Further discounts are not available.)
Thank you for your kind understanding!

WINE WEDNESDAYS


Enjoy the panoramic view of the city from the terrace of the Royal Palace of Budapest while sipping your wine, as kings and queens might have had. The Hungarian National Gallery awaits visitors on four Wednesdays in July with extended opening hours until 10 pm.
Further information

THE DOME IS RE-OPENED

Dear Visitors! The Dome can host a maximum of 15 people at once and it is opened from Tuesday till Sunday, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. In case of bad weather conditions the Dome remains closed because of safety reasons. It is possible to visit only the Dome with a Single Ticket for 1400 HUF.


LONG-TERM CLOSURES

We inform our visitors that the permanent collection of "20th-century Art before 1945" is under reorganization and cannot be visited until 1 July 2015..
Our Csontvary paintings are not on show between 23 June and 3 July, 2015. They can be seen on the exhibition CSONTÁRY'S GENIUS between 4 July and 31 December 2015 in the building of the Army Headquarters located on the Dísz square. More information:

Due to the refurbishment of certain exhibition halls, our collections of "Medieval Stone Carvings" cannot be visited.
Thank you for your understanding!


MUSEUM SHOP


Opening hours:

Tuesday-Sunday: 10 am - 5:45 pm
Closed on Mondays

Audioguide


In English, German, Italian and French
To the following exhibitions of the Hungarian National Gallery:

Medieval and renaissance stone carvings
Panel paintings and wooden sculptures from the gothic period
Late gothic winged altarpieces
Late renaissance and baroque art
19th century art

Visitor Rules


Visitor Rules



Sponsorship and events


The Hungarian National Gallery hires out its exhibition rooms for evening receptions of an appropriate standard. These may be of a standing or a seated kind. The fee depends on the type of event, the length of time it is expected to last, and the numbers attending.


Further information and booking

Laura Kund
Tel.: +36 30 596 4543
Project manager
Sponsorship and events
E-mail: laura.kund@szepmuveszeti.hu


Getting there


From Deák tér
Take Bus No. 16, alight at Clark Ádám tér and take the Funicular Railway to Szent György tér

From Ferenciek tere
Take Bus No. 5 or Bus No. 78, alight at Dózsa György tér and take the Lift to Buda Castle

From Széll Kálmán tér
Take the Bus No. 16 to Dísz tér

From Móricz Zsigmond tér
Take Tram No. 18, alight at Dózsa György tér and take the Lift to Buda Castle


The Hungarian National Gallery in the Google Art Project

The Hungarian National Gallery has joined the Google Art Project.
Find us in the following website. www.googleartproject.com



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