Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center, Budapest
About Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center, Budapest
Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center, Budapest - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 8 Nagymezo Street, 1065 Budapest, Hungary
Ticket Price: 1500 HUF
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 11:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
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More commonly known as the Capa Center, this hub of photography is named after the well known Robert Capa. Definition of some mind blowing exhibitions, Capa Center has time and again given photography new identities in Budapest. Each exhibition has something different to offer to people. The best part is that even though by and large they cover contemporary art, they also give topics such as photo journalism and new experimental themes a platform to be displayed and to offer people different insights into the realm of photography.
Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center Ticket Prices
- Students & Seniors: 800HUF
- For Groups: 20% discount
- Family Ticket: 3000HUF
- Free Admission: Children under 6; Seniors over 70 years.
How To reach Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center by Public Transport
- Nearby Subway Station: Opera (by the underground – yellow line)
- Nearby Bus Station: Akacfa utca
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It's worth a visit. Capa is a pioneering photo journalist who has always been in a modern battle field. Exhibition well displayed his works and the ticket was also very reasonable: 1500huf.
A great inspiration if you are into photography and always seems to have a cool projects and exhibition going on.
Very interesting exhibition. A must for photography's lovers. Little, but with his last photos
Nice exhibition place named after the famous Hungarian photographer. The is no permanent exhibit, it's always changing around
Yes, definitely worth a visit (helps if you are in to Photography)!
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