'Hungarian Bride' Exhibition, National Museum Budapest

  • 10 Jul 2024 11:09 AM
'Hungarian Bride' Exhibition, National Museum Budapest
On until 25 August. The Hungarian Bride is a large-scale, extraordinary exhibition that will focus on the status, role, living conditions, personal stories and marriages from the point of view of women going back 500 years.

The stories of hundreds of women, known and unknown, will be told: their cherished beloved dresses, their accessories, their love letters, all telling the stories of the changing roles of women and the changing relationship to marriage and weddings.

The exhibition is not only a history of marriage over hundreds of years, but also a history of society and women, inviting us to reflect together on the role of women in society.

From a position of vulnerability in the past to the present, for women to become conscious, celebrated participants in their weddings, a great deal of economic, social, political, mental and scientific progress has had to take place, not to mention the results of women's struggles for equality.

This exhibition will showcase this journey, and together we can now celebrate the impact and achievements of famous and ordinary women!

The main curator of the exhibition is Dr. Ildikó Simonovics, museologist, and fashion historian.

Gift tickets can be purchased at the Museum's ticket office until the end of the exhibition (25.08.2024)!

It is possible to buy a ticket as a gift at the ticket office of the Museum. This is valid until the end of the exhibition (25.08.2024) and can be used at any time!

Ticket office and admission to the museum until 5.00 p.m. 

National Museum Budapest


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