Timings : Tuesday - Sunday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Closed on Monday
Time Required : 2-3 hours
Entry Fee : Adult :HUF 1100 Senior Citizen and Student : HUF 550 European Citizens (aged 6 to 26 and 62 to 70): 50% discount on the entry fee Child (less than 6 years): Free entry Senior Citizen (over 70 years) : Free entry
Built in 1847 and located in Budapest, the Hungarian National Museum is the national museum for history, art and archaeology of Hungary, located in an impressive neoclassical edifice. It is the oldest public museum in Hungary, founded about 200 years ago. History buffs cannot miss out on this incredible museum on their visit to Budapest. Also, the architectural masterpiece that the Hungarian National Museum is makes it highly popular among architecture lovers.
The construction and architectural design of the museum is attributed to the architect Mihaly Pollack. Dedicated to the history and art of Hungary, it stands as an epitome of Hungary's national identity, housing about one million historical relics from as early as prehistoric times to modern times. The Hungarian National Museum exhibits furniture, textiles, weapons, metalwork, ceramics and one of the most valuable items, that is the Coronation Mantle. Besides eyeing the well laid out collections of the museum, one can also take a walk around the garden that surrounds it and take a look at the few statues and the pretty, old townhouses overlooking the garden.
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