Besides the permanent exhibitions, the Hungarian National Museum is also making the community exhibition ‘Our Common Time ’89 -90’ open to the public, which had just opened before the epidemic.
Viewing the exhibitions is only allowed with pre-registration from 10 am to 6 pm. The museum primarily encourages visitors to purchase tickets online through the Ticketmaster interface. The building can accommodate 250 visitors in 2-hour time slots. With advance tickets, 200 people can arrive, however, the institution also thinks of those who have not reserved tickets. Within the time slots, a maximum of 50 people can also enter and pay with a credit card. If the number of visitors reaches 250 at a time, visitors will have to wait until the next available time.
In the renovated Museum Garden, guests can take a guided garden walk every Saturday and Sunday. For five weeks, starting on June 29th, a camp will be organized, with each walk highlighting a different historical period.