1062 Budapest, Andrássy út 60.
+36 (1) 374 26 00

The House of Terror Museum is easily accessible by the Millennium underground (M1) or tram 4 / 6. It is a short walk from Vörösmarty utca underground station or Oktogon tram stop.

In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and in accordance with the national and international safety measures we are asking our visitors to obey the following general rules while visiting our museum.

1. The use of face mask is mandatory on the premises of the museum.
2. Upon entering visitors must use the hand sanitizer provided at the entrance (even when wearing gloves).
3. Please maintain sufficient distance (1.5 metre) while purchasing your ticket (e.g. in the queue) and in the exhibition area as well.





Open every day except Monday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

The cash desk closes at

5:30 pm


1 January


20-27 January


15 March


20 August


23 October


1 November


23–26 December


27–30 December


31 December (from 10 AM to 3 PM)



Full-price ticket: 3000 HUF

Reduced-price ticket: 1500 HUF

Temporary exhibition ticket: FREE


Reduced admission:

1500 HUF


- For people aged between 6-25, 62-70 for citizens of EEA - European Economic Area

- For families (at least two people under 18 and their immediate relatives, (citizens of EEA - European Economic Area)


Temporary exhibition reduced admission: FREE

- For people aged between 6-25, 62-70 for citizens of EEA - European Economic Area

- For families (at least two people under 18 and their immediate relatives, (citizens of EEA - European Economic Area)

- In case of buying tickets for both the temporary and the permanent exhibition

Please note that reduced admission is subject to documents confirming your eligibility (e.g. passport, identity card, driving license, teacher ID cards, etc.)

All discounts listed here are regulated by the Government Decree No 194/2000. (XI. 24.) on benefits at museum admission. The full text of the decree is available HERE.


Information: +36 (1) 374-2600

Group Booking: +36 (1) 374-2684

In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 group booking is necessary in case of all group visits and it must be booked at least ten days prior to your visit. In case of group visits guided tours are an optional service and you may book one or visit without it. The maximum number of people in a group is 15. Without group booking the exhibition can only be visited individually in order to avoid overcrowding.


We offer guided tours in English*.

The price of an English-speaking guided tour: 10000 HUF/group (maximum 15 people)

The price of 2 English-speaking guided tours: 17000 HUF/2 groups (maximum 30 people)


Audio Guide:1500 HUF

Audio guides are available here without booking in English, German, Spanish, Russian, French, and Italian for 1500 HUF/person.

*Please note that guided tours are subject to availability and have to be booked at least 10 days prior to your visit. Please contact us via phone or e-mail to inquire about availabilities.


Group ticket: 2000 HUF/visitor (min. 20 people)

Group reduced-price ticket*: 1000 HUF/visitor (min. 20 people)

(*For people aged between 6-25, 62-70 citizens of EEA - European Economic Area)


For teachers (EEA citizens showing an identification of being a teacher or International Teacher Identity Card) and people aged 70 or older (EEA citizens) the entrance is free.

The following people may visit the Museum free of charge in regular opening times:
(194/2000 XI. 24. Gov. Decree)

- minors up to the age of 6
- citizens of the European Union aged 70 and older
-people with disabilities and their companion (up to 1 person)
(people possessing an official disability ID card issued by the Hungarian State Treasury confirming that they receive disability subsidies or any other ID confirming their disability (eg. medical certificates stating the fact of disability requested by the Hungarian State Treasury and a proof of identity). Other certificates of the Hungarian State Treasury are not acceptable (eg. increased family allowances) as the disability is not stated in them.
- teachers and retired teachers
- the holders of professional access card issued by the Secretary of State
- beneficiaries of international treaties
- members of national professional organisations with national public competence, related to museums and public collections, having at least 400 members

Admission is free of charge for the citizens of the EEA-European economic area on the first Sunday of each month:
-children under the age of 18 and their escort (max. 2 people -immediate relatives)
-for people under 26

Admission to our bookstore is free of charge!

+36 (1) 374 26 64