Sunday-Monday, 9-10 June - OPEN
Tuesday, 11 June
- Michelangelo exhibition - OPEN
- Permanent exhibitions, Romanesque Hall, Renoir chamber exhibition - CLOSED
Sunday, 16 June - admission and ticket office until 4 pm, CLOSING AT 5 pm,
Sunday, 23 June - OPENING at 12.00
Friday-Sunday, 28-30 June - admission only to MICHELANGELO exhibition until 7 pm, closing at 8 pm
About online museum tickets
Tickets can be purchased on this website with bank card.
For temporay exhibitions opening hours are divided into slots of one hour and you are supposed to choose the exact date and time slot to visit the exhibition. The ticket entitles you to enter the museum at any time within the selected time slot.
Please note that the owner of the ticket can enter the museum at any time during the chosen time slot and can stay there as long as he/she wishes, up until closing time. The beginning and ending of a time slot thus indicates the possible time of entry and not its duration.
If the selected date seems not to be suitable for you to visit the exhibition you can exchange the tickets to another time slot. To complete this log in on the website and click on the menu My purchases and then select the Details of the purchase and finally click on Exchange tickets.
Entrance fees and concessions
Buying online tickets for the exhibition implies you preferably print your ticket for yourself. We also accept showing it on a smart device. The bar code (or additional code) will be checked at the entrance and after that the ticket cannot be used any more.
After more than three years of reconstruction, the Museum of Fine Arts Budapest reopens its doors on 31 October, 2018.
The museum awaits visitors in its renovated building with permanent exhibitions arranged according to a new concept after its collection's reunification with that of the Hungarian National Gallery.
The renewed institution will be opened to the general public in two stages: the spaces in the basement and the recently renovated Romanesque wing can be visited from 31 October, and all the new exhibitions can be viewed from the autumn of 2019.
The museum reconstruction included the restoration of the Romanesque Hall, which had sustained severe damage in World War II and since then had been only partially renovated and used as a storage area, as well as almost 2,000 square metres of new exhibition space.
Hungarian art will return home to the Museum of Fine Arts again after more than four decades of absence, thus exhibiting the history of universal and Hungarian art until the end of the 18th century together with its treasures of Egyptian and Classical Antiquity. Simultaneously with this, the Museum of Fine Arts' collection of art after 1800 will be temporarily moved (until the opening of the New National Gallery) to the Hungarian National Gallery and will be on show from 7 December, 2018, as one section of the permanent exhibitions. Thus, visitors can view Hungarian and international masterpieces of more than the last two centuries together.