The Museum of Applied Arts is sheltered in one of the most striking buildings in Budapest, a structure marked by a visibly exquisite Art-Nouveau style erected in late 19th century.

Its most prized collections consist of a miscellaneous range of exhibits, such as Middle Ages Ottoman carpets, Tiffany glassware, French furniture and Baroque gold decorations. For people interested in the field of applied arts, a visit to this museum might prove to be a genuine revelation.

Three notable branches of the Museum of Applied Arts of Budapest are the Gyorgy Rath Museum, the Hopp Ferenc Museum of Asian Art and the Nagytetenyi Castle Museum. Obviously, this is a venue of large impact and significance for the cultural life of Budapest.

Museum of Applied Arts (Iparmuveszeti Muzeum)
33-37, Ulloi ut, 1091, Budapest, Hungary
0036 1 4565107

33-37, Ulloi ut, 1091, Budapest, Hungary

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