The autumn break is coming up, along with the anniversary of the Revolution of 1956, Halloween, and All Saints’ Day. Here are some programs to choose from.
As part of commemorating the Revolution of 1956, there will be a spectacular light show on the building of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade on October 22.
Between October 22 and November 4, photos will be placed at iconic locations in Budapest to remind everyone of the events of 1956, under the name “Memorial Pictures 1956 – City Exhibition”.
Between October 22 and 25, Art Market Budapest 2020 will take place, where guests can purchase art from international talent and contemporary artists, and this year, the emphasis will be put on supporting local artists.
Between October 23 and November 1, Campona Playhouse is inviting all children in a playful mood to have some fun in their multiple kinds of play areas, and in the meantime, parents can enjoy a cup of cappuccino or some sweets and snacks.
The Hungarian Natural History Museum offers free entry to their permanent exhibitions on October 23 for people under 26 and over 70, as well as if two adults accompany a child under 18.
There will be a BUDA SIDE market, where artists of all kinds will sell their products, but you can also get your hands on retro, antique, vintage, and other unique pieces as well. A new section of the market, Dress Code, will also be added, where you can sell your clothes you no longer need or wear.
The Natural History Museum is also offering a camp for children who want to discover more about dinosaurs, learn more about research, exhibitions, collections, fossils, and many more things. You can sign up your child here.
Between October 27 and November 1, from 9 am to 4 pm, Szentendre is inviting everyone for their Fall Festival of Museums. They offer all kinds of programs, from crafts through puppet shows to exhibitions and more.
Source: Daily News Hungary