'A New World Was Born' Exhibition, Castle Garden Bazaar

  • 6 Mar 2019 7:37 AM
'A New World Was Born' Exhibition, Castle Garden Bazaar
The permanent exhibition guides visitors from the belle époque through wartime enthusiasm to bitter disillusionment on over 2000 square metres.

The exhibition brings the horrors of war closer to the spectators of today with the help of exceptional visual devices.

Ticket prices:

Full price admission:4000 Ft

Reduced admission *:2500 Ft

Family**: 8000 Ft

Group admission***: 3600 Ft

* 50 % discount is available for people aged between 6-26 or 62-70 (citizens of EEA - European Economic Area) and it is subject to documents confirming your eligibility (e.g. passport, identity card etc.)
** Available for two adults and maximum 3 children aged under 18. 
*** Available for groups purchasing minimum 20 tickets for the same time

Ticket offices operate in three different locations

Permanent exhibition

Open: Tuesday to Sunday, 10 A.M. to 6 P.M.

Location: Southern palaces

Read more about the exhibition by clicking here.

Source: Castle Garden Bazaar
 

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