'Days Of Cultural Heritage' In Hungary, 21 – 22 September

  • 18 Sep 2019 7:15 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
'Days Of Cultural Heritage' In Hungary, 21 – 22 September
On the weekend of September 21 and 22, local institutions, like the National Archives of Hungary pictured above, that are usually closed to the general public all year long will open their doors to visitors.

Museums, public buildings, historical buildings, churches and public baths will be open to visitors both in Budapest and in the countryside, and will feature guided tours, concerts and other cultural events.

Example Programs: 

  • Who we are? Nationalities in Hungary | permanent exhibition - Budapest  I.

  • Magical crafts & Archival pedagogy - Budapest I.

  • Concert in the Dohnányi Garden - Budapest  II.

  • Quartetto Speranza - Budapest  III.

  • „Behind the scenes” – Guided Tour in the Restoration Workshop - Budapest  V.

  • Secrets in the pages - Book presentation - Budapest  V.

  • Bookbinding workshop – Arts & Crafts for Kids & Adults - Budapest V.

  • Calligraphy workshop with Dezső Buzogány - Budapest V.

  • Capella Silentium - concert - Budapest V.

  • Coffee Beats Concerts at CEU - Vox Insana - Budapest  V.

  • From Leopold to Town - Urban Game around CEU - Budapest V.

  • Coffee Beats Jazz at CEU: OUD Duo Editions - Budapest V.

  • Book adoption celebration - Budapest V.

  • Exhibition opening: The Architecture of Late Socialism: Ghosts of the Past or Endangered Heritage? - Budapest V.

  • Walking through the home of Eötvös Loránd – Built heritage of the Eötvös Lorand University (Presentation and Quiz) - Budapest V.


  • Library tour

  • The history of the CEU buildings (N9, N11) under the communist regime

  • From Palace to University Campus. The Building Complex of CEU and its Urban Landscape

  • Neo-Classicist Palaces in the Premises of the Central European University

  • Campus in Downtown: Central European University's Buildings in Nádor Street - from a Neo-Classicist Palace to Modern Buildings

  • From Palace to Campus: The Story of the Former Residence of the Festetics Family in Nador Street, Told Differently - with the participation of Soharóza Choir

  • Heritage and Architecture of the 21st Century in Downtown: New Buildings of Central European University

  • Buildings and Architects in the Inner Leopold Town

  • Architecture of the Late Socialism in the CEU Building Complex and its Surroundings

List of venues and detailed programs available here


Photo credit: 
National Archives of Hungary

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