When museums can be visited for free? It is useful to know which days are free. According to minimatine.hu, with free entrance, visitors can only see the permanent exhibitions and only if they accompany a child less than 18-year-old (with maximum 2 relatives) or if they are under 26 years. It is not a problem if visitors cannot see all parts of the exhibition because they can return in a month.
The following museums can be visited in the following days:
In every month, the third Saturday:
Hungarian National Gallery
Fine Arts Museum (although it had closed down for 2 years)
Museum of Applied Arts
Hungarian National Museum
Museum of Ethnography
Free admission to the Museum of Ethnography is subject to the following conditions:
On the 3rd Saturday of each month, the permanent exhibitions are open free of charge to Hungarian and other EEA citizens who:
a) have not yet reached the age of 26,
b) * accompanied by a person under 18 years of age and his/her close relative (up to 2 persons)
The last Saturday in every month:
Petőfi Literature Museum
The first Sunday in every month:
Hungarian Natural History Museum
The third Sunday in every month:
Skanzen of Szentendre
The last Sunday in every month:
Museum of Military History
It is useful to know that all children under the age of 6 and individuals above the age of 70 can enter for free and can visit all the exhibitions.
The museums are also free on all national holidays, even the temporary exhibitions: on 15th March, 20th of August, 23rd of October, 22nd of January and also on Heritage Days: on 22nd and 23rd of September.
Based on the article minimatine.hu Translated by Andrea Tóth