Due to renovation and maintenance works, the Aquincum Museum and Archaeological Park will be closedfrom 17 January 2022 until 14 February 2022!
Aquincum Museum members of staff lead guided tours online, which present unique buildings and parts of the Archaeological Park. The tours are in Hungarian with English subtitles.
A 7000-year-old message: Remains of the Neolithic world in and around Budapest. Although the Aquincum Museum's temporary exhibition has closed, you can still explore the exhibition online!
From 2 November 2021, winter opening hours and ticket prices apply at the Aquincum Museum. Due to renovation and maintenance works, the Aquincum Museum and Archaeological Park will be closed from 17 January 2022 until 14 February 2022!
The house, built and furnished in the Roman style, offers a look into the homes of the Aquincum Civil Town.
From 1 November visitors must wear a face mask covering the nose and mouth in our museum.
The Aquincum traffic jam blog, which brings you Óbuda’s hidden and not-so-hidden Roman remains, is back on the road. Next up: the luxurious house between modern-day Búvár and Folyamőr Streets in the Aquincum Military Town!