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Museum of Ethnography

Museum of Ethnography Budapest: Hungarian culture, folk traditions

The Museum of Ethnography Budapest diverse collections house more than 200,000 ethnographic artefacts, as well as historical photographs, manuscripts, folk music recordings, films, and videos of both Hungarian and international cultural interest.

Majestically facing the Hungarian Parliament, this building is worth a visit, even if it didn’t house the largest museum dedicated to Hungarian ethnography.

The building in which the Museum of Ethnography is now housed was originally built by Alajos Hauszmann. As such, its grand style and richly ornamented interior reflect the majestic and powerful place Hungary's government occupied in Europe at the time. Sitting opposite the Parliament in Kossuth tér, its grand, stone-clad facade is ornamented with columns and statuary, and above, with a three-horse chariot holding the figure of the guiding spirit of the enlightenment.

The museum closed on 30.11.2017. Will reopen in 2020.

Main entrance of the Museum of Ethnography

Museum of Ethnography Address

1055 Budapest, Kossuth Lajos tér 12

Museum of Ethnography entrance fee

Permanent Exhibitions: Adults: HUF 1000, Students, Seniors from EU: HUF 500

Museum of Ethnography Opening hours

Museum is closed. Will reopen in 2020.

Museum of Ethnography Transportation

Metro: line 2– Station: Kossuth Lajos tér
Tram: Nr 2 – Stop: Kossuth Lajos tér

The foyer of the Ethnographic Museum Budapest

Image Gallery of Museum of Ethnography

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