Study Collectionpermanent exhibition2011-11-30 - 2014-12-31
This collection contains a myriad of rare or no longer used objects from the world of trade and tourism. You can become acquainted with these unique items from the two professions in thematically organised units in seventeen show-cases.
'I have never had home...'permanent exhibition2011-12-06 - 2014-12-31
Stages in the life of Gyula Krúdy
The exhibition invites the visitors to rooms where Krúdy spent the last three years of his life and where he died in Óbuda. One of the rooms presents the hotels, both good and bad, the rented rooms and bourgeois homes where Krúdy spent his days from 1896 to 1933.
Advertisement Boardspermanent exhibition2011-12-06 - 2014-12-31
Selection from the trade and the hospitality collection
'Good advertisements are aesthetic, and good advertisements are indispensable in society. Advertisements are products of trade, and trade is the result of the ever increasing life standards of humanity.'
'A good merchant is the benefactor of the world'Two centuries of Hungarian trade2013-06-14 - 2013-12-31
After nearly ten years of interval, we have opened a new permanent exhibition on the history of trade. This exhibition presents two centuries of the development and the history of Hungarian trade, including measuring, fairs and markets.
SOC DECO / GLASStemporary exhibition2013-10-03 - 2014-01-12
PROLONGED UNTIL 12. JANUARY, 2014.
MKVM (Hungarian Museum of Trade and Toursim) has for years participated in Budapest Design Week with its Soc Deco exhibition series that calls the attention to the object culture of the '60s, '70s, and '80s. This year GLASS is in the focus, and following on the traditions, not only the illustrious pieces of high art, but also objects reflecting kitschy provincialism are displayed in the exhibition.
“Beautiful Pub Quiet”temporary exhibition2013-11-09 - 2014-03-02
– Memories of the Tabán torn down 80 years ago –
The oldest district on the right bank in Budapest survived sieges and plagues - yet the final blow was yielded due to the senseless greed of “urban development.” Between 1933 and 1936, 400 houses were torn down for a spa district that never came to be.
Hungarian Museum of Trade and Tourism
Korona tér 1.
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