FAQ

Yes of course! The ticket office is open every day between 08:30 and 18:30.

Every ticket can be converted into a 30- or 60-minute time band. These time ranges always represent the current entry time interval. After entering the exhibition, visitors can stay out of time. In this way, the organizers will be able to provide visitors with a continuous and long wait time free admission.

The number of visitors allowed in each time frame is limited so that everyone can conveniently view the exhibition. The waiting time will depend on the number of visitors to the exhibition on the same day.

Address: KOMPLEX, 1061 Budapest Király street 26, close to Erzsébet square, Deák square, Andrássy road and Opera.

Parking lots: Holló street 6, Király street 8, Székely Mihály street 3, Zichy Jenő street 9.

Waiting in the foreground for the winter period, unfortunately the capacity of this area is limited.

The exhibition is open from 15 February 2018 every day between 09:00 and 20:00. The ticket office is open from 08:30 until 18:30 every day.

Based on our experience, it takes about 1.5 hours to see the entire exhibition.

Discounted tickets can be purchased with a valid student card and pension card issued in Hungary. To qualify for the discount, please show the passes at the entrance. Children up to 5 years of age can go for free. Discounts for children between 6 and 14 years old can be changed. Family tickets for up to 2 adults and 3 children (6-14 years) can enter the exhibition. Group children and student tickets can be redeemed from 10 people at pre-registration. A minimum of 2 working days prior to entry is required for the group discount.

On the spot you can pay SZÉP card with free time pocket and Erzsébet voucher or card.

We provide discounted entry possibilities for at least 10 students and groups of students. This discount may not be combined with other discounts, and at least 2 business days prior to the pre-entry registration.

For our guests with a valid disabled card, the cheapest ticket price applies, their attendants can visit the exhibition on the same price. For wheelchair users, the cheapest ticket price applies, their attendants can visit the exhibition free of charge.

The entire exhibition area is accessible. An elevator for the disabled is available at the exhibition. Please inquire at the exhibition staff.

No preferential ticket can be exchanged for ministerial, press, pedagogical, museum or other documents.

Yes, a cost of guarding a piece of clothing is HUF 200. Delivery of backpacks and large bags is compulsory for safety reasons.

It is strictly forbidden to take photos or videos at the show.

At the exhibition, the subtitles can be read in Hungarian and English.

Yes. The exhibition has its own souvenir shop.

Tickets purchased either on-the-spot or pre-purchased can not be redeemed.

Depending on the capacity, the organizers will be able to enter the next time zone.