The National Gallery, within Buda Castle, predominantly features Hungarian painters from the 18th to the 20th century alongside a collection of sculptures and medieval altar pieces. The works on display cover major historic events in Hungarian history, such as the Turkish Wars, Habsburg’s rule and the revolutionary wars of 1848/49, as well as romantic landscapes, portraiture and scenes from across Hungary. The museum houses the Palatinal Crypt, the burial place of the Habsburg palatines (viceroys), who governed Hungary from the late XVIIth century till 1848.
- Access to the Hungarian National Gallery included the Habsburg crypt plus interactive tour. Guests have the option of various interactive tour themes (60 mins), tailored to the group’s need ‘Music and Paintings’ or ‘Love and Paintings’ etc. all of which are conducted by art historian.