Practical information

NEO Contemporary Art Space
1146 Budapest, Olof Palme sétány 1. (in the building of the House of the Hungarian Millennium)
Phone number: +361 374 3173

Opening hours of the House of the Hungarian Millennium - NEO Contemporary Art Space:

Monday: closed
Tuesday: 10:00-18:00 (lunch break: 12:00-12:45)
Wednesday: 10:00-17:30 (lunch break: 13:15-14:00)
Thursday: 10:00-18:00 (lunch break: 12:00-12:45)
Friday: 10:00-18:00 (lunch break: 12:00-12:45)
Saturday: 10:00-17:30 (lunch break: 13:15-14:00)
Sunday: 10:00-17:30 (lunch break: 12:30-13:15)

Ticket offices close and last entry: 5.30 p.m.

For the opening hours of the Millennium Café&Restaurant please visit their website.


Entry ticket: 3,800 HUF 
Discounted entry ticket: 1,900 HUF
The 50% discount is only available for citizens of Hungary and other EEA countries between the ages 6-26 or 62-70 (a free entry ticket is available for visitors aged 70+).
Free entry tickets are only available for citizens of Hungary and other EEA countries under age 6 and over age 70; for disabled visitors +1 person accompanying them; for teachers in the public and vocational education sectors; for journalists (with a valid photo press ID card), ICOM and ICOMOS members, as well as members of the Pulszky Társaság, MKE and MLE.

Means of payment:
Online ticket booking: credit/debit card
Ticket purchase in the House: cash or credit/debit card 
In case of cash payment, we can accept only Hungarian Forint. 

Invoice, voucher:  
In case you bought tickets online an invoice is to be issued. When buying ticket on site you can choose between the invoice and receipt.

By car
For those coming by car there are 800 parking spaces in the Museum Underground Parking facility on Dózsa György Street.

By public transport 
By trolley bus 70 it is a few minute walk from Olof Palme sétány stop, it is not far from the stops of trolley buses 74 and 75 in Ajtósi Dürer Sor and Zichy Géza utca. It is maximum 25-minute walk from the M1 (Millennium Underground) Széchenyi Fürdő station.

Persons with reduced mobility can access the main entrance with an external lift on the side of the main staircase, which can be called by pressing the signal button. There is a separate elevator inside the building for -1. and level 0, which can be used independently.

The cloakroom is free. Prior to visiting the exhibition, please, leave your bags, backpacks, umbrella and luggage larger than 30×40×20 cm in the cloakroom. Small backpacks may be brought into the exhibition if they are carried on your front or on your side. The exhibition cannot be visited with coats on arms and wet coats. Water in plastic bottles, food or drink cannot be brought in or consumed. Living animals (except helping dogs as per 27/2009. XII. 3.) are not allowed to be brought into the exhibition hall, and auditorium. Weapons and hazardous materials are not permitted in the House. In case it is medically justified one, 0,5 litre bottle of liquid held in bag is permitted. Two bags of smaller than 40x50x80 cm are allowed per visitor. No bicycles, rollers are allowed in. Deposit is to be given for the use of the cloak room - a 100 Ft coin.

Photos, videos
Photos and videos are allowed to be taken without special permission . Photos can be taken exclusively for personal use and but not for sale.The use of flash, photo-stands, selfie stick and stabilizer, however, are forbidden. Photos can be taken exclusively for personal use and not for sale. 

Guided tours 
Guided tours can be held only by the trained guides of the House of the Hungarian Millennium. 

Mobile phones
Visitors are asked to keep voices low and be respectful towards other fellow visitors. Mobile phones should be set and kept on vibrate or silent mode in the exhibition hall and the auditorium during the whole duration of the visit. 

Visit with babies 
The House of the Hungarian Millennium welcomes young visitors, but children under 12 are not allowed to stay in the exhibition hall without being accompanied by an related adult. 

Smoking, including electronic cigarettes is prohibited on the whole territory of the Millennium House.

Order of closing
The exhibition and the auditorium closes at 17:00, the last time for issuing tickets and entering the exhibition is at 16:00. We ask you to leave the building when the staff starts closing, and take your belongings from the cloakroom, if necessary, at 16:50, the latest.

Group and family visits 
Group leaders, teachers or parents (or guides with special permission) are liable for the behaviour of every member of their group so they to follow the rules of the House.