Event calendar
2016. August
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2016.08.18. - 2016.09.18.
Miskolc
2016.08.10. - 2016.09.04.
Budapest
2016.08.03. - 2016.09.10.
Budapest
2016.08.01. - 2016.08.31.
Tiszafüred
2016.07.29. - 2016.08.28.
Békéscsaba
2016.07.27. - 2016.10.09.
Komárom
2016.07.22. - 2016.10.09.
Tihany
2016.07.15. - 2016.09.11.
Budapest
2016.07.14. - 2016.10.09.
Békéscsaba
2016.07.08. - 2016.09.11.
Budapest
2016.07.02. - 2016.07.02.
Budapest
2016.07.01. - 2016.07.01.
Budapest
2016.06.26. - 2016.06.26.
Nagykanizsa
2016.06.26. - 2016.06.26.
Budapest
2016.06.26. - 2016.06.26.
Budapest
2016.06.26. - 2016.06.26.
Budapest
2016.06.25. - 2016.06.26.
Budapest
2016.06.25. - 2016.06.25.
Baja
2016.06.25. - 2016.06.26.
Mezőtúr
2016.06.25. - 2016.06.25.
Budapest
Museum of Applied Arts - Budapest
Address: 1091, Budapest Üllői út 33-37.
Phone number: (1) 456-5107
Opening hours: Tue-Fri-Sun 10-18
Right from the building of the palace fierce disputes were manifested, but its importance in the trend of international secession and in the lifework of Lechner is now an undoubted fact. The building is characterised by the oriental ornamentation of early secession. The harmony of function, high artistic standards and unique forms is secured by modern static structures. The coloured dome adorned with Zsolnay ceramics and the open entrance hall with its wonderful ornaments still make a warm invitation to the visitors. continue
Programmes
2014.09.01. - 2017.07.31.
Temporary exhibitions
2016.04.01. - 2016.09.04.
Everything in this exhibition is arranged according to its dominant colour. The greens are in one room, the blues in another, and the reds in the third. continue
2016.06.17. - 2016.11.27.
Permanent exhibitions
The Museum of Applied Arts was established in 1872, as the third of the sort in Europe, after London and Vienna. The Museum of Applied Arts together with the Museum of Fine Arts is the keeper of the most illustrious collections in Hungary. continue
The exhibition presents items from the Asia and North Africa collection of the Museum of Applied Arts. The items on display represent artistic value, however, they also demonstrate the historic and gender wealth of the collection. continue