Google Arts & Culture

Over 180 artefacts can be viewed online by people around the world due to a new partnership between the Google Cultural Institute and the Kiscelli Museum from 21 January 2016. Besides the objects, specially curated virtual exhibits and a virtual tour in the museum buliding is also available online.

Giovanni Hajnal (1913-2010) Budapest - Rome

In the Oratory of the Kiscell Museum from 1 July till 10 September 2017. Hajnal gained his reputation as a skilled and versatile artist for his sensitive self-portraits, rich oil compositions inspired by the Cubists, as well as his colorful stained glass windows that can be found all around the world, from the Vatican to Brasil.

Permanent Exhibitions

Our permanent exhibitions provide the visitors with the material relics related to the modern history of the capital, such as guild chests, fine furniture pieces, clocks, silverware, veduti and architectural drawings. In the former baroque monastery and church housing the Kiscell Museum one can travel back in time and discover the fine quality of the objects and the serenity of everyday in 18-20th century Budapest.