Ethnographic Museum

192384_nyitokep.jpg The new building of the Ethnographic Museum in Városliget has been handed over The new building of the Ethnographic Museum in Városliget was ceremoniously handed over on Sunday, 22 May. As is well known, the investment was carried out within the framework of the Liget Budapest program on the site of the former huge car park on Dózsa György road behind the Art Gallery. It was stated at the opening: the Liget Budapest program, Europe's largest cultural investment, will be fully implemented.
The final works are being carried out on the new Ethnographic Museum building in Városliget The imposing glass façade has been completed and work on the more than 7,000-square-foot roof garden will soon be completed. The new Ethnographic Museum in the city park, which will open to the public in the spring of 2022, will be one of the most modern ethnographic institutions in Europe.
The Ethnographic Museum, which will open in the spring of 2022, will be a meeting place 150 years after its founding, the Ethnographic Museum will now operate for the first time in a new space built for its own purposes, which will be a real meeting place in the future, the institution said in a press conference yesterday.
Short film showcases new permanent exhibition of Museum of Ethnography The new building of the Museum of Ethnography on the edge of City Park will open its doors in 2022. For this special occasion, the institution is creating new permanent exhibitions. The museum has just released a few-minute-long short film showcasing the preparations and offering a look behind the scenes.

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