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Hungarian National Gallery
Its collections cover Hungarian art in all genres, including the works of many nineteenth-and twentieth – century Hungarian artists who worked in Paris and other locations in the West.
Holocaust Memorial Center
The Holocaust Memorial Center is a renovated synagogue that dates back to the 1920s and serves as a memorial and museum for and about Hungarian Jews that were killed in The Holocaust.
House of Terror
The House of Terror Museum commemorates the victims of both the Communist and the Nazi regimes in Hungary. The building served as the former headquarter of the ultra-right party in 1940, and its basement was used as a prison. During Communism, the building was taken over by the State Security. Hundreds, or perhaps even thousands, were tortured in the House of Terror.
Hungarian House of Photography
Also known as Mai Manó Ház. Its main goal is to provide a venue for Hungarian , international, historical and contemporary photo exhibitions. The Neo – Renaissance building also houses a bookshop, library and café.
Hungarian National Museum
Founded 220 years ago, the museum is dedicated to the history of Hungary and today it remains the symbol of Hungary’s national identity.
Hall of Art
It is a comtemporary art museum, featuring the works of local and international artists. One of Hall of Art’s mission to portray the latest trends in visual arts by exposing young talents, beside well-established artists.
Museum of Applied Arts
The Museum of Applied arts is housed in one of the most representative Hungarian Art Nouveau buildings. The museum designed by architect Ödön Lechner and built between 1893 and 1896, is richly decorated with terracotta tiles made by the famous Zsolnay factory. It is the third oldest applied arts museum in the world.
Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art collects and displays masterworks of modern and contemporary art. The permanent collection contains valuable pieces of American pop art (Andy Warhol, Claes Oldenburg etc.). Yet focusing on Eastern and Central European art, it also puts a special emphasis on presenting the Hungarian art of the 60’s to recent days in an international context.
Natural History Museum
Exhibitions features plants, animals, and minerals typical for Hungary, as well as the history of the Earth.