Event calendar
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2016.02.12. - 2016.02.12.
Budapest
2016.02.12. - 2016.03.30.
Püspökladány
2016.02.11. - 2016.04.17.
Kaposvár
2016.02.11. - 2016.04.01.
Budapest
2016.02.05. - 2016.04.24.
Tihany
2016.02.05. - 2016.04.09.
PĂ©cs
2016.02.05. - 2016.03.04.
Dunaújváros
Gig
2016.02.05. - 2016.04.30.
Keszthely
2016.02.05. - 2016.02.28.
Kecskemét
2016.02.05. - 2016.03.27.
Budapest
2016.02.05. - 2016.03.26.
Miskolc
2015.11.17. - 2016.04.30.
Szombathely
2015.10.17. - 2016.03.20.
Budapest
2015.10.17. - 2016.03.20.
Budapest
2015.10.13. - 2016.02.13.
Zirc
2015.09.01. - 2016.02.28.
Kecskemét
2015.09.01. - 2016.02.28.
Kecskemét
2015.09.01. - 2016.02.28.
Kecskemét
2015.09.01. - 2016.02.28.
Kecskemét
2015.09.01. - 2016.02.28.
Kecskemét
Temporary exhibition 2016.02.05. - 2016.03.27.
Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest
Had he not passed away unduly young, Zoltán Érmezei would be sixty years old now that we present this exhibition of his oeuvre. As a visual artist, he was intrigued by the idea of death from the start, and the idea found its ultimate manifestation in the last group of works, Corpuses, which he modelled after himself. continue
Temporary exhibition 2016.01.29. - 2016.02.28.
Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest
Gábor Záborszky’s oeuvre is exceptionally consistent and well-balanced. Image, object, installation, graphic, sculpture, material and form are built on one another with coherent ease. continue
Temporary exhibition 2016.01.15. - 2016.03.15.
Millenáris, Budapest
The exciting story of space travel is just waiting for you to discover. In Hall B at Millenáris now you may learn up close the items and tools that were of paramount importance in the galactic adventures for mankind. Even more, at the end of the exhibition you also find out what kind of astronaut you would turn out to be. continue
Temporary exhibition 2016.01.15. - 2016.03.20.
The House of Hungary, Budapest
László Lajtha was a Kossuth-Prize-winning composer and folk music researcher, whose name is uttered with those of Bartók and Kodály as one of the three “great Hungarians”. This title was earned in view not only of his career, but also of the tireless work all three men undertook in collecting and evaluating all they could of the great wealth of Hungarian folk music. continue
Temporary exhibition 2015.12.03. - 2016.03.15.
Hungarian National Museum, Budapest
One of the most important figures in twentieth-century Hungarian photography is Károly Hemző, who died three years ago (1928-2012). His retrospective exhibition can be seen at the Hungarian National Museum starting on 4 December 2015 onwards. The exhibition provides a comprehensive overview of Hemző's work from recent decades. continue
Temporary exhibition 2015.12.16. - 2016.04.30.
Museum of Literature Petőfi, Budapest
Writers. We are familiar with them from our studies, theatre, films, readings and from many other sources. But who they are, what did they look like and how did they live their daily life? The Petőfi Museum of Literature's exhibition opening mid December incites us to have a look inside their life and so to get to know them better. continue
Permanent exhibitions and offices of the Rábaközi Museum are found in the ground floor of the Esterházy mansion
The Rábaköz Museum obtained the operational permit in 1960, and joined the museological organisation of Győr-Sopron county in 1962. The museum is a regional museum, its target area is the former region of Kapuvár. Items are collected from the fields of archeology, history, ethnography and fine arts. continue
A taste of the exhibition
The exhibition opened in 1995 as the affiliate of the Hungarian Museum of Oil Industry. It presents the equipments and instruments of the over 50-year-old hydrocarbon transportation through pipes. The industry has developed a network all over the country by now. The development of the system can be traced through the original objects, scale models, photos, and documents. continue
Miklos Mészöly Museum
The Mészöly Miklós Museum in the House of Literature can be reached starting from the Main Square of Szekszárd in the bend of the stream Séd. It is next to the house of birth of Mihály Babits. Polcz Alaine donated most of the heritage of Mészöly Miklós (1921-2001) to the town of Szekszárd in 2003. continue
Our County House represent houses partitioned into several parts. The house was built from various materials, including sun-dried brick and stone, with a pitch roof. Our building stands for a rebuilt house, with smoky kitchen, partitioned into five rooms, with a porch, two entranced of which one opens into the kitchen. continue
A taste of the exhibition
A collection of 2000 calcit crytals is exhibited in the Fertőrákos Museum. The title of the exhibition is The coloourful world of Hungarian calcit crystals. This is the only calcit crystal museum of the world! continue
The Inner Ward of the Museum
The 'Hegyvidék Gallery' comes up with a new fine- and applied art exhibition related to the 12th district every 4-6 weeks. continue
The museum building
The Museum of Győr by means of the processor of title is the oldest country museum of Hungary. The 'natural sciences store' developed into a significant collection of oldies by the 1850's due to the work of Rómer Flóris. The excellent priest-teacher realized the significance of old objects in terms of education. continue