Capa Center

Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center

Capa Center

Why visit: photo exhibitions, Art Nouveu architecture

Getting there: Take the Millennium Underground (M1) to Opera or Oktogon stations, and take the short walk to Nagymező utca

The Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center is dedicated to promoting photography as an independent art genre. It houses a series of Hungarian and international exhibitions throughout the year. The institution was named after the famous Hungarian photographer, Endre Friedmann, who became known to the world as Robert Capa.

The Capa Center opened in 2013, in the building that once housed the Ernst Museum. With a history of over one hundred years, Ernst Museum has always benefited the arts featuring several exhibitions. The building is also a fine example of the Hungarian Art Nouveu architecture.

Opening hours:
11 am to 7 pm, daily

Entrance fees:
Adult: HUF 1,500
Student & senior: HUF 800

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