Budapest Art Week To Be Held In 90 Venues, 9 – 14 April

  • 4 Apr 2019 7:25 AM
Budapest Art Week To Be Held In 90 Venues, 9 – 14 April
During the 6 days of the Budapest Art Week in 2019 visitors can enjoy a great variety of arty programs around the capital in 90 participating museums, exhibitions halls, galleries and ateliers.

Introducing innovations every year, the organisers say they are awaiting visitors this April with extended opening hours, new venues and exhibitions, accessible via daily tickets or weekly passes. 

You can buy tickets online for Budapest Art Week in 2019.

Tickets allow you to attend all exhibitions throughout the event, during opening hours of the venues, and you will also be able to attend our programs (guided walks, guided tours, museum educational sessions, conversations, studio visits, and more).

Tickets purchased online can be exchanged for entry wristbands during the time of Budapest Art Week, at the participating institutions, and before the events at the venues as well.

You can also buy your your ticket / wristbands before the events at the venues. 

There are a range of ticket types available, the basic price is HUF 6000 for an adult day pass.

"Join us to explore modern and contemporary art and artists, and spend an unforgettable week at Budapest’s art world!" - Linda Bérczi, director of Budapest Art Week.

List of venues available here.

Source and detailed program:

Related links

Budapest Spring Art Festival, Until 22 April

Budapest Art Week To Host Some 100 Exhibitions

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