Bach violin-piano sonatas
Bartók: Complete works for piano - part 5
Oksana Lesnichaya song recital
Baroque chamber music on period instruments
more concerts & details...
Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
MUSEUM OF MUSIC HISTORY (Musikhistorisches Museum Budapest)
Director: Anna Baranyi, art historian
Laszlo Gombos, musicologist
József Brauer-Benke, ethno-organologist
Péter Gerő, restorer
Zoltán Falvy, musicologist, retired institute director
Zsófia Borz, art historian.
Address: Táncsics Mihály utca 7, Budapest H-1014
Telephone: (36-1) 214-6770/252; Fax: (36-1) 375-9282; E-mail: museum (at) zti (dot) hu;
from Tuesday to Sunday, 10
a.m. - 4 p.m. Closed on Monday
Bartók and his contemporaries (since 31 March 2016, 1st room)
Bartók the Pianist (since 31 March 2016, 2nd room)
Medals and Badges (since 1 October 2012, 3rd room)
Musical Instruments in Hungary (since 1 October 2012, 4th room)
Folk Music and Folk Dance Research (since 1 Oct. 2014, 5th room)
Master Violins & Violin Making Workshop (since 1 Oct. 2014, 6th room)
László Lajtha Memorial Room (since 16 February 2013, 8th room)
Adult: 600 HUF (= 2 €)
Student: 300 HUF (= 1 €)
Family ticket (parents and their children): 1200 HUF
· children under 6; persons with disability and 1 of their attendant; ICOM card holders
· on the third Saturday of each month: young persons under 26
· every visitor on Hungarian national holidays: 15 March, 20 August, 23 October
Guided tour (about 15-25 persons): 8000 HUF/group (+ entrance tickets for each person)
Tour available in English and German.
Pre-booked guided tours are occasionally followed by a short concert, which all visitors are very welcome to join.
We can arrange private concerts for you in the Béla Bartók Concert Hall, using Bartók's Bösendorfer piano! Call +36-30-261-6660, Write:
Night of Museums 2016 - Concerts, lectures on Saturday 20 June from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m.
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Jenő Hubay's "white" Bösendorfer piano in the Museum of Music History, since Febr. 2014