FAQ

Where can I buy a wristband?

Entry wristbands for the Budapest Museums Night can be purchased at the participating museums and venues in Budapest, as well as on the jegymester.hu website. (Tickets ordered from the ticket office can be redeemed at the central ticket office located at: 1065 Budapest, Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út 31, and at the museum ticket offices until May 24 or by Foxpost until June 20.) 
In the countryside, tickets can be purchased at the relevant museums.

What is the price of the tickets?

In Budapest, an adult wristband costs HUF 2,200 and a child's wristband (valid for 6-18 year olds) costs HUF 1,000. Admission for children under 6 years of age is free of charge! Admission information for institutions outside the capital can be obtained directly from the institutions themselves.

What does the wristband entitle you to?

The wristbands which can be purchased in the capital provide access to every program of all the participating museums and cultural institutions in Budapest, as well as the right to view permanent and temporary exhibitions. Due to the nature of the programs or the capacity of the exhibition spaces, admission to some venues is limited in number. Information and conditions regarding these restrictions and pre-registration will always be posted alongside the respective programs. In Budapest, the armband is valid for the BKK SPECIAL TOURS operating this evening, i.e. the museum bus tours marked MU. 

What other discounts apply  during the event?

For this evening, apart from the benefits for the disabled, no other discounts or benefits apply. Exceptions to this are persons holding a Ukrainian passport or a document certifying Ukrainian refugee status, who can visit all the participating institutions of the Night of Museums free of charge. 

How to get around on the Night of the Museums?

For locations in the capital, Budapest, we recommend planning your route in advance using the Muzej [email protected] application. We recommend public transport and alternative means of transport. Day and night public transport is available, and of course most of the venues can also be reached by car. This year's armbands are valid for BKK'S DEDICATED ROUTE BUSES, marked MU, but in case of using regular public transportation in the capital, tickets must be purchased to travel. You can find out about the route of BKK's dedicated routes here:

Can the programs change?

Although we have tried to exercise utmost attention when publishing the programs and data on our website, there may be last-minute changes to the announced events, hence the participating institutions reserve the right to change the program. 

Who can attend the program?

Anyone between the ages of 0-99 can attend the programs and in all cases attendance is subject to applicable laws.