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Keep Floyding koncert

Keep Floyding in Aquincum 24/07

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On Friday, 24 July 2020, at 20:00 Keep Floyding will perform live at the Archaeological Park. Doors open at 18:30.


Óbudai Kult.Éj

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Idén augusztus elsején egy délutántól késő éjszakáig nyúló kulturális maratonnak lehet részese mindenki, aki Óbudára látogat.


Bring Grandpa!

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Bring Grandpa, and spend a fun morning together at the Aquincum Museum on 18 August 2020 (10:00-12:00)!



Aktuális program

The monthly sessions present our Roman heritage in a lively way for active senior citizens. The event is in Hungarian.


Roman Festival

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Unfortunately we had to cancel our traditional spring festival, the Floralia in May due to the coronavirus pandemic. The good news is that we don’t have to wait a whole year until the next all-out Roman festival! Join us for a series of colourful events on 12 and 13 September in Aquincum!


The 23rd Annual Aquincum Poetry Contest

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The Aquincum Museum, the Hungarian Writers' Association and the Pannon Art Foundation present the 23rd annual Aquincum Poetry Contest! (The event is in Hungarian.)


Local history classes with the Aquincum Museum

Aktuális program

During the 2020/2021 academic year, in term time, the Aquincum Museum offers special local history classes for primary and secondary schools. (The classes are in Hungarian.)


Where are we living? – Local history talks in Aquincum

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Special local history talks in Aquincum on 20 September, 10 October, 17 October, and 24 October 2020. (The events are in Hungarian.)


Special history classes at the Aquincum Museum

Aktuális program

The Aquincum Museum is organising special sessions between 21 and 25 September for upper primary and secondary school students interested in history. (The classes are in Hungarian.)


Aquincum hits the road!

Aktuális program

Between 21 September and 6 November 2020 the Aquincum Museum hits the road! The purpose of the travelling museum is to give disadvantaged primary and secondary school pupils from the Budapest region, for whom it would otherwise be impossible or very difficult to visit the museum, an opportunity to learn about the Roman heritage of the capital. Only available in Hungarian.