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The Palace of Arts is the hub of the Millennial Cultural Centre. The complex is home to the Béla Bartók National Concert Hall, the modern Festival Theatre and the Ludwig Museum, a high-profile gallery of contemporary art.
If you like classical music, its a must to buy a ticket to a concert in the Bartok Bela hall. There is also a theater-hall n the building having smaller capacity. There is an electrical organ somewhere in the building (3 manuals + pedal) which you can play and listen to in headset.
Great concert venue offering very affordable prices for world class performances. An added bonus is that the Ludwig Museum is located in the same building and you can visit the museum for free with a concert ticket.
Very high quality concerst in all type of music from (folk, rock, jazz, classical). Palace of Art is a guarantee for attending a great performance
This enormous cultural building along the Danube's bank is the most important work of architecture in Budapest so far in the 21st century. The warm limestone exterior encloses oversized window panes that permit plenty of light. Inside, note the gracious transition of materials: from wood to metal…
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