Museum Of Applied ArtsCurrently Closed
- Address: Budapest, Ulloi ut 33-37, 1091 Hungary
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +36-14565107
- Ticket Price: 2000 HUF
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Art Museums, Exhibition
Apart from being the third oldest Applied Arts museum in the world, this museum is also the most coveted museum for applied arts in Hungary. The Hungarian Parliament thought of establishing this place in the year 1872. The collection here does not only boast of some amazing quality Hungarian artwork but also historical and contemporary art work collected from the rest of the World. There is a castle inside housing some of the best applied arts in the form of furniture. The permanent exhibition here keeps getting updated constantly and is one of the most sought after collections in the art realm. The directors were renowned personalities and helped establish this museum equal to its initial contemporaries in London, Vienna and Germany.
Museum Of Applied Arts Travel Tips
- The museum is accessible for disabled people.
- Free admission is for children under 6 years, visitors above 70 years, visitors with disabilities,government officials with ministerial pass and school teachers.
Entrance Ticket Details For Museum Of Applied Arts
- Given ticket price is the full price of permanent exhibition (Collectors and treasures - Islamic Art)
Other ticket prices of permanent exhibition (Collectors and treasures - Islamic - Art)
- Concession (for ages 6 -26 and 62 – 70) : 1000HUF
- Student group (for students in group of more than 15): 800HUF
- Adult group (for adults in group of more than 15) : 1600HUF
- Family(2/1 adult + 1 or more children under 18): 4000HUF
- Ticket price of temporary exhibition may vary. Check the official website for the update.
- Group leaders and teacher: free admission
- Museum visit with guide: 800HUF
- Museum visit with guide and activities: 1300HUF
- School or camp activity, birthday: 1700HUF
- Free admission to the permanent museum on every 3rd Sunday of each month: for people under 26 and for up to 2 parents (or other close relatives) accompanying children under 18.
Museum Of Applied Arts Hours
- Museum shop: 10:15 am – 5:30pm (Tuesday to Sunday).
- Museum Shop is closed on Monday.
How to Reach Museum Of Applied Arts
- Nearest subway station: Corvin-negyed
- Nearest tram station: Corvin-negyed M
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Museum Of Applied Arts Reviews & Ratings
One of the best place to see the beautiful art and which glorify the history of this place. Easily accessible by trams, metro and buses. Just three stops by metro from inner city. The most important place to visit if you are tourists and like to see great artistic works. Well deserved five star.
AMAZING. Both the interior and the external parts are breathtaking. Just go and enter the palace, it is absolutely worth it. Unfortunately, a bit away from the center.
This is an amazing place...I have been impressed to the limits...Recommend it highly to everyone visiting Budapest.
There was an extremely rude patron today at the museum that threw change at one of the security guards there, and the extremely rude guest even had the nerve to throw racial slurs at the poor security guard due to his skin tone (he was the only dark security guard on duty at the time). Yet, despite all of this, management decided to let him in anyway instead of kicking him to the curb. Best believe if this obnoxious person was ANYTHING BUT WHITE, he would've been thrown out immediately. Completely unacceptable.
Beautiful building, great exhibitions!