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Budapest History Museum - Aquincum Museum - Budapest
Address: 1031, Budapest Szentendrei ├║t 135-139.
Phone number: (1) 250-1650, (1) 430-1081
Opening hours: 15-30.04: Tue-Sun 10-17 (Ruin garden: 9-17)
01-30.09.: Tue-Sun 10-18 (Ruin garden: 9-18)
01-31.10.: Tue-Sun 10-17 (Ruin garden: 9-17)
01.11-14.04.: Tue-Sun 10-16 (Ruin garden: closed)
Ancient Times, fortress history, history, permanent exhibition, Roman Age, story
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Museum tickets, service costs:
Ticket for adults
(summer term)
1600 HUF
/ capita
Ticket for adults
(in winter)
1000 HUF
/ capita
Individual ticket for adults
1000 HUF
/ /capita
Group ticket for adults
(in winter)
1000 HUF
/ capita
Ticket for students
(summer term)
800 HUF
/ capita
Ticket for students
(in winter)
500 HUF
/ capita
Individual ticket for students
500 HUF
Ticket for pensioners
(summer term)
800 HUF
/ capita
Ticket for pensioners
(in winter)
500 HUF
/ capita
Individual ticket for pensioners
500 HUF
Ticket for families
(summer term)
2100 HUF
/ family
Ticket for families
(in winter)
1700 HUF
/ family
Program ticket
900 HUF
Program ticket
800 HUF
Season ticket for a year
8000 HUF
Season ticket for a year
30000 HUF
Season ticket for a year
20000 HUF
Season ticket for a year
160000 HUF
Season ticket for a year
160000 HUF
Individual season ticket for a year
5000 HUF
Group guide
(min. 20 capita)
1000 HUF
/ / capita
Group guide
(over 25 people)
8000 HUF
/ group
Group guide for adults
4000 HUF
/ group
Group guide for students
(in summer)
600 HUF
/ / capita
Group guide for students
(min. 10 capita)
450 HUF
/ / capita
Group guide for adults
6000 HUF
Photography
600 HUF
/ piece
Video
600 HUF
/ piece
The newest permanent exhibition of at the Aquincum museum is now open to the public in the recently re-built and restored 'electrical transformer house', a protected monument building in its own right, constructed in Neo-Classical style and situated at the edge of the archeological park.

The exhibition presents valuable but never before exhibited finds from the rich collections of the museum. The exhibition hall is now spacious enough to hold the freshly restored mosaics and wall paintings from the governor's palace excavations. The visitors can also see monumental statues which formerly stood in sanctuaries, the dolphin fountain or a reconstruction of a large ornamental stone vessel (crater). These objects all reflect the luxurious nature of the palace's interior. The objects presented in the cases, including imported bronze, glass or ceramic vessels as well as the gold and silver jewelry, were all part of the daily life the governor and the coterie surrounding him.

The other unique aspect of the new exhibition is that the world famous archaeological find, the Aquincum organ, can again be exhibited some 75 years after it was first brought to light. The remnants of the organ were discovered during excavations preceding foundation work on the building that today serves as the main exhibition building of the Aquincum Museum. The preserved parts of the organ, the reconstrution of its structure and mechanism as well as a playable copy are also on exhibit here.