Opening Hours

General Opening Hours:

Our museums are temporarily closed.

Kovács Margit Ceramics Museum:

The museum is temporarily closed.

Opening hours on Public Holidays / special opening hours:

Our museums are open and free on Hungarian national holidays (15th March, 20th August and 23rd October).

Tickets

Individual tickets

Ticket for all FMC exhibitions: HUF 1700
Reduced price ticket for all the exhibitions: HUF 850
Reduced price: For visitors between 6–26 and over 62 from EU member states, permanent residents of Szentendre; to maximum 2 close relatives* of minimum two persons under 18, and to transborder persons with a Certificate of Hungarian Nationality working at cultural institutions.
Entrance is free for children under 6, seniors over 70 from Hungary and other EU state members, persons with disabilities with an accompanying person; teachers working in public education in Hungary; beholders of professional tickets (members of MAOE, FKSE, MKISZ), members of national public collections (archives, museums, libraries) with more than 400 members, MVMSZ members, Pulszky Society members; visitors with ICOM card, and for journalists.
Visitors of any nationality can enter free of charge on Hungary’s national holidays (15 March, 20 August, 23 October)
Professional ticket for all FMC exhibitions (for teachers and students of art institutions): HUF 850
To qualify for the various benefits, entitlement must always be certified by a valid, official document.

Group tickets

Ticket for one FMC exhibition: HUF 17 000 / Up to 25 persons maximum
Ticket for all FMC exhibitions: HUF 23 000 / Up to 35 persons maximum
Reduced price ticket for all FMC exhibitions: 10 000 Ft
Reduced price: for visitors between 66–26 and over 62 from EU memberstates, permanent residents of Szentendre; for a maximum of 2 close relatives* per at least two persons under 18, and for transborder persons with a Certificate of Hungarian Nationality** working at cultural institutions.
Group tickets cannot be purchased to the Kovács Margit Ceramics Museum.
Family ticket for all FMC exhibitions: HUF 2100
For two adults and from one to four child renunder 18.
Family day: the second Sunday of each month
Entrance is free for visitors under 26, and for a maximum of 2 close relatives* of a person under 18.
Family day: the second Sunday of each month
Entrance is free for visitors under 26, and for a maximum of 2 close relatives* of a person under 18.
Hungarian guided tour: HUF 12 000
For guided tours, please register in advance at:
tarlatvezetes@muzeumicentrum.hu
Foreign language guided tour: HUF 20 000
For guided tours, please register in advance at:
guidedtours@muzeumicentrum.hu
Museum education program: HUF 500 /person for one person for the advertised sessions

Annual passes

for all FMC exhibitons (valid for 365 days from the date of purchase)
Ferenczy Noémi pass: with name registration, for students and retired persons: HUF 4500
Barcsay Jenő pass: with name registration, for permanent residents of Szentendre: HUF 5000
Vajda Lajos pass: with name registration: HUF 9000
Korniss Dezső pass: transferable: HUF 20 000

*: as per Hungarian Law
**: as per 18/2003. (XII.10.) NKÖM

Tickets can be purchased:

Kmetty Museum (Fő tér 21.)
Kovács Margit Ceramics Museum (Vastagh György utca 1. Entrance from Görög utca.)
Ticket offices close 30 minutes before the museums’ closing time.
At the ticket offices payment via debit/credit cards and SZÉP-Card (Széchenyi Recreational Card) are accepted. HungaryCard discounts are also available.

During FMC events, photography and video recordings may occur. With your participation, you consent to the use of this material by the FMC on its website and social media sites. You may withdraw your consent at any time at info@muzeumicentrum.hu.

Online tickets

Buy tickets via jegymester.hu.

Guided tours

Please register for guided tours in advance at:
tarlatvezetes@muzeumicentrum.hu
guidedtours@muzeumicentrum.hu
The price of guided tours for groups:
12 000 HUF in Hungarian
20 000 HUF in other languages
Maximum number of participants: 30 persons (for more participants, please register a second time-slot).

Getting here

By car: Szentendre can be approached from Highway 11 from Budapest, Esztergom and Visegrád. Those arriving from the western bank of the Danube and from the eastern part of the country, or from Highway M0, can easily access the Museum via the Megyeri bridge.
Parking: Metered parking is available in central Szentendre and on the Danube bank. Free parking is available near Highway 11, at the intersection of the Danube Corso and Pannonia Street.

By suburban railway (HÉV): suburban rail H5 leaves approximately every half-hour from Batthány Square to Szentendre. The journey on the H5 takes 40 minutes.
H5 HÉV schedules

By long distance bus: there are frequent buses leaving from Újpest-Városkapu bus station in Budapest (you can get there by the blue line, underground M3), as well as from Esztergom and Visegrád.
Bus schedules

By bicycle: the international bicycle road, EuroVelo 6 runs through Szentendre. Thus Szentendre can be a perfect resting stop or the final destination for cycling tourists.
Bicycle map

By boat: Mahart’s daily boats from Budapest and Esztergom stop over in Szentendre during the summer season. Dunataxi offers an especially quick and adventurous trip.
MAHART schedules and Dunataxi-schedules
You can find further transit information [in Hungarian]: on the website of the town of Szentendre

MAHART schedules and Dunataxi-schedules

You can find further transit information [in Hungarian]: on the website of the town of Szentendre.