Museum of Fine Arts

Budapest, Hungary
3.9 / 10
The main art museum of the Hungarian capital on Heroes' Square, where the largest collection of famous painters is exhibited. Among the paintings there are creations of Raphael, da Vinci, Manet, Goya, Velazquez, Rubens, El Greco. Also present are samples of ancient Egyptian and ancient culture. The museum was opened in 1906, the basis of the exhibition was a private collection of the princes of Esterhazy.
Museum of Fine Arts
Address:Budapest, Dózsa György út 41
Phone:+36 1 469 7100
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: 10:00–18:00 wednesday: 10:00–18:00 thursday: 10:00–18:00 friday: 10:00–18:00 saturday: 10:00–18:00 sunday: 10:00–18:00


Lots of traditional art and sculpture. Lovely building. The coffee was great too! Would have been 5* if there had been more non-religious subject matter.


A truly beautiful gallery and worth seeing if you're interested in the ancient, 1600-1800 and European sculpture periods. I do feel a bit cheated though because the Impressionist section (mentioned in the 2018 Rough Guide to Budapest) seems to be clo.. Read more »


In two words Nice building... Web site is not informative enough, missing information of unavailable exhibitions! Very hard to get around especially without the elevator. Does have wheelchairs available for visitors and accessible stairs. Poor exh.. Read more »


A great museum. Amazing displays. We got in for free because we had the Budapest city card. Totally worth it and highly recommended.


Lovely and relatively rich museum. The are some very interesting paintings from Italian Toscana art of XIV c. Very nice Egyptian collection of mummies of animals and birds. Very impressive building itself.


Wish we were able to see the actual art in here, however this place is the perfect tourist trap. If you're a local, you're fine. If you aren't, you're charged an absolutely insane fee to enter. Thank goodness they don't bar you from seeing the gift .. Read more »


It is beautifully done up and the Rubens - Van Dyck exhibition is internationally first rate. It also shows some of the most beautiful pictures of their contemporaries, too. These pictures have come mostly from European collection an example of which.. Read more »


Pretty, clean museum. Amazing Rembrandt and flemish school exhibition. Not allowed make pictures there. In museum shop you will be able buy really a lot of stuff - from chocolate till case for glasses. Have nice waiting place, interactive monitor, .. Read more »


Loved the Rubens exhibition and the small room about how Japanese art influenced European artists. The Egyptian exhibition shouldn't be missed as well! Very nice way of presenting the artworks and creating an overall enjoyable experience (e.g. intera.. Read more »


Great museum but really needs to be kinder to children. My 8 year old was well behaved but was told to be quiet by two different museum guides on our visit today. She was speaking in a normal voice, not boisterously and not misbehaving. She really en.. Read more »


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