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Kunsthalle Budapest Tours

Kunsthalle Budapest
Budapest’s Kunsthalle is a palace of contemporary artwork, dating back to the 19th century. The eclectic, neoclassical style structure houses mostly temporary exhibits. Sculpture and painting are highly featured, rotating both the best in Hungarian and international contemporary works.

The hall was originally established as a part of Hungary’s Millennial celebrations. it continues to be an important cultural and artistic hub for the city. Modeled on the pattern of Germany’s Kunsthalles, the galleries serve both to showcase and inspire the artists of today. Both emerging and established artists are displayed side-by-side, in five to six major exhibitions each year. No matter who’s on display, trends in contemporary art can be experienced with any visit.

Its interior is well lit by natural light from large windows, offset by stately columns. Special events also take place regularly, hosting both the Hungarian National Philharmonic and The Budapest Festival Orchestra.

Practical Info

Located on the south side of Heroes’ Square, the Kunsthalle or Hall of Art faces the Museum of Fine Arts. To get there, take the Metro M1 to Hosok Tere. Guided tours are offered daily. The cost of entry is HUF 1400 for adults and HUF 700 for students and seniors, and it’s open daily from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm and on Thursdays from 12 to 8 pm. Closed Mondays.
Address: Dózsa György út 37, 1146, Budapest, Hungary
Hours: Tues-Sun from 10am-6pm, Thurs from 12-8pm
Admission: HUF 1800 for adults, HUF 900 for students and seniors
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Budapest Card

Budapest Card

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Discover Budapest with a 24, 48, 72, 96 or 120-hour Budapest Card, providing discounts, tours and transportation while you explore the city independently. Enjoy free entry to top museums, two complimentary walking tours, admission to the thermal baths and more. Your card also includes discounts at popular restaurants, free public transportation and a guidebook with helpful information about the included services.
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Budapest Private 4 Hour City Tour Experience with a car / van

Budapest Private 4 Hour City Tour Experience with a car / van

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Budapest is divided into Buda and Pest by the River Danube, and on this tour, you’ll discover the most important sights on both sides of the river. It’ll be a stress-free experience with round-trip transport included. Travel effortlessly between attractions such as Central Market Hall, the Jewish Quarter, City Park, Andrassy Avenue, and St. Stephen’s Basilica. As it’s a private tour, the itinerary can be adjusted to suit your needs.
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Budapest Walking Tour with Your Private Guide: 20+ Highlights

Budapest Walking Tour with Your Private Guide: 20+ Highlights

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You have just 1 day to see everything? Or you have no idea what else Budapest can offer?This is your best chance.I will show you top attractions and hidden gems, gastronomy and local's life. Let me introduce you to our enchanting history of over 1000 years, let me show you the most breathtaking places and make you have fun. We start our time traveling experience on the first historical underground metro line in the Continental Europe, and go to the Heroes Square. We are still on the Pest side, when we get hungry, so we will go to a local restaurant, where I will help you choose between, "Gulyás Leves", "Marhapörkölt" and other delicious items on the menu, and than we continue on our journey. We will use public transportation only to cover longer distances. By the afternoon we will be on the Buda side, searching for the "Buda Castle", and finish the tour at the Matthias Church. By the end of the tour i will give you some ideas what else you can do here if you have more days than one.
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  • 7 to 8 hours
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What are Kunsthalle Budapest hours of operation?
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Kunsthalle Budapest hours of operation: Tues-Sun from 10am-6pm, Thurs from 12-8pm. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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