Hungary’s Parliament was reopening its doors to visitors on Tuesday.
The Parliament Museum’s indoor and outdoor exhibitions is also accessible to the public, Anna Sédy, special cultural consultant of the Office of the National Assembly’s Directorate for Cultural Affairs, told public news channel M1.
Children participating in summer camps will be given the chance to sign up for a free tour of Parliament, she said.
Sédy noted that
the Office of the National Assembly offered virtual tours of Parliament during the lockdown imposed because of the novel coronavirus epidemic.
The programme proved “hugely successful”, with over 6 million people “visiting” the building’s Munkácsy hall over the past month, she said.