The renewed Romanesque Hall of the Museum of Fine Arts will be open to the public from 15 March to 2 April, free of charge, every day from 10 am, the last admission at 5 pm. The closing of the Hall starts at 5.40 pm.
As we wrote, the Romanesque Hall of the Museum of Fine Arts has been closed since the Second World War and has been functioning as storage. However, the whole museum has been going through a complete renovation since 2015, and a decision has been made to renew the famous Roman Hall as well. Read more HERE.
Entry is on the ʺfirst come, first served” basis: we do not arrange reservations or bookings (not even for groups). We do not provide guided tours.
Due to the limited capacity of the museum hall, the number of visitors is limited, therefore occasionally waiting outside the building can be expected.
After this period the museum will be closed, it can be visited again from 31 October 2018.
THE FOLLOWING VIDEO SUMMARISES THE RENOVATION OF THE ROMAN HALL
In order to protect our values please consider the following rules during your visit:
Touching the walls of the Romanesque Hall is strictly forbidden. Please keep a distance of at least 20 cm from the walls of the Hall. It is forbidden to bring bottles, food, drink, pets (except guide dogs) into the Hall, or any objects that might harm or endanger the safety of other visitors, employees of the museum or the artworks of the Hall.
Taking photographs and recording videos, exclusively for personal use, is permitted in the Hall. Flash photography, monopods and tripods are not permitted.