In the House of the Hungarian Millennium, the exhibition entitled The History of the City Park can be seen with a guided tour in Hungarian.
Visitors can take part in guided walks led by our specialist guide who presents the history of the House. These guided walks are slotted in the general timetable of exhibition visits.: The tour starts on the announced slots. Visitors can also visit the exhibition either before or after the guided walk. This visit requires a separate booking!
Please be informed that the tour is guided in Hungarian only.
The House of the Hungarian Millennium was opened with the exhibition about the history of the City Park.
One of the most memorable elements of the exhibition is the life-scale figure of Archangel Gabriel from the Millennium Monument, as nobody had the opportunity, until now to make a selfie with a statue standing on a 36 metre high column!
As part of the Liget Budapest Project, the reconstructed, former Olof Palme House re-opened under a new name as Millennium House on October 26th with an interactive exhibition of the Golden Age of the City Park.