On June 22, from 6pm in the evening to 2am visitors are invited for a visit with an unusual atmosphere. Before the event our permanent exhibition on Saturday closes 5pm!
Visitors are invited to see the permanent exhibition of the House of Terror Museum and to listen to our unconventional history lessons on the topics of the Pan-European Picnic, the regime change in Romania or the Lads of Balaton – the anti-communist resistance in the ’50s.
Please note that on June 22 the opening hours of the museum may change due to safety reasons in order to avoid possible overcrowding in the exhibition area. The time of the last entry: 1.30 am
Unconventional history lessons:
19.00 Márton Békés: Lads of Balaton – Anti-Communist Resistance in the ‘50s
20.00 Sebestyén Lőrinc Farkas: The Final Hours of the “Empire of the Evil”
21.00 Bernadett László: The Pan-European Picnic, 1989
22.00 Gábor Balogh: Temesvár ’89 – Regime Change in Romania
23.00 Judit B. Varga: Who Would You Choose? – The First Free Election Posters
The Night of Museums wristbands are already available at the House of Terror Museum. The adult ones cost Ft 1900 and the children’s ones are Ft 800.
There is no need for registration.
We are looking forward to welcoming you.