Why visit: contemporary art, architecture
Getting there: Take the Millennium Underground (M1) to Heroes' Square
The Kunsthalle (Hall of Art in English, Műcsarnok in Hungarian) is an exhibition hall for the contemporary arts, featuring the works of local and international artists. Following the concept of the German Kunsthalles, the Neo-Renaissance building was erected in 1896, for the Millennium Celebrations.
One of Kunsthalle's missions is to portray the latest trends in visual arts by exposing young talents, beside well-established artists. The Ernst Museum and Dorottya Gallery, both acquisitions of Kunsthalle, focus on the new occurrences in visual arts.
Tuesday - Sunday: 10 am to 6 pm
Thursdays: 12 pm to 8 pm
Adult: HUF 1,400
Student & senior: HUF 700
Budapest Card: 20% off
Kunsthalle and Ernst Museum combined tickets are available.