Ethnographic Museum

Ethnographic Museum

This building was built between 1893 and 1896, based on the plans of Alajos Hauszmann; it housed the Supreme Court until 1945. The palace’s many featured, ornamental main façade, fronts Kossuth Square; it is one of the most beautiful examples of Late-Eclectic architecture in our country.

Initially the Hungarian National Gallery (Magyar Nemzeti Galéria) was established in this building, however this was later transferred to the Royal Palace; since then only collections belonging to the Ethnographic Museum are exhibited here.

Ethnographic Museum - Budapest 

Attraction: The Ethnographic Museum (Néprajzi Múzeum)

Country: Hungary

City: Budapest

Location: Pest, V. district

Transport: M2 Kossuth tér

Address: Budapest, Kossuth L. tér 12.

Phone: 1/473-2441

E-mail: info@neprajz.hu

Web: www.neprajz.hu

Open: Tue-Sun 10-18

Price: 800 HUF adult, 400 HUF student

Guided tours: 6500-8000 HUF/group

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