Events & Programmes
A Walk on Margaret IslandAll year round
Despite late autumn, you can catch great sunny days in Budapest in November that are ideal for a walk in the green parts of the city. Margaret Island (Margitsziget) is the local’s number one spot for long walks and jogging.
The Water Tower hosts exhibitions, and other cultural events and the cupola offers a fine panoramic view.
The island boasts some historical sights as well – remains of medieval monastery.
Margitsziget ZooAll year round
In the middle of the Margitsziget is a little zoo wich part of the Fővárosi Állat - és Növényker (Capital city’s Zoo). Halfway of the petting zoo, there are a poniy stable.
Budapest Zoo & Botanical GardenAll year round
The Budapest Zoo, built in 1866, is the oldest and largest zoo park of Hungary. The park features 3,500 species of plants and 750 animal species, with 5,000 specimens.
Deák Erika GalleryAll year round
The Deák Erika Gallery is established in 1998. Since than the gallery has been provide creations from contemporary artists. Besides of the paintings and sculptures, there are photo and video work as well.
Virág Judit GalleryAll year round
The Virág Judit Gallery mainly exhibit and sale Zsolnay ceramics, but the contemporary fainting has also an important role.
Invisible Exhibition Budapest All year round
This exhibition is an interactive journey to the invisible world where you can try to navigate yourself in the dark.
You have to book a place because the number of the attendance is limited.
Hungarian Railway MuseumAll year round
The Hungarian Railway Museum is a unique and extravagant venue suitable for corporate events, receptions, gala dinners, pop, rock and classical concerts, conferences, training, product shows, family days and other get-togethers.
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