Point of interest

Hungarian House of Music

Budapest, Olof Palme stny. 3, 1146 Hungary

  • Type 2, (22.1 kW): Mobiliti Charging Station, Varosligeti Fasor 18, 1068 (1.6km / 6 min)


Did you know that music is where Hungarian culture has made some of its biggest impact? Built by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto,  the House of Music Hungary opened in City Park in January 2022 and has become one of the city’s newest hotspots. It lives inside a unique and spectacular building that looks surreal and almostly otherworldly, nestled between the trees. As the country’s first comprehensive exhibition that demonstrates the evolution of Hungarian music, it’s well worth a visit. 

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Hungarian House of Music, by Elekes Andor, Own Work, CC by-S.A 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:House_of_Hungarian_Music_%286%29.jpg
Hungarian House of Music, by Pan Peter12, Own Work, CC by-S.A 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Magyar_Zene_h%C3%A1za_2021_12_27.jpg