Welcome on the Parliament's website for individual visitors!
The Hungarian House of Parliament reopens to visitors on 14 May 2021.
The Parliament building is open every day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Group visits start from the Visitor Centre.
The Parliament Building can only be visited by adults with an immunity card and minors under their supervision.
Information on the immunity certificates accepted in Hungary can be found HERE.
Important information, please note the following: After purchase Seller cannot cancel or refund the price of the tickets. Buyer has the opportunity to change the date of the Parliament tickets on the jegymester.hu website, but please keep in mind that the date can be only modified online and you have to do the ticket exhange process at least 3 hours before the tour, otherwise buyer cannot change the tickets.
On this website individual visitors are able to buy tickets for visiting the Hungarian Parliament. Our tourist guides present one of the most beautiful Parliament buildings in eight languages: Hungarian, English, French, Hebrew, German, Russian, Italian and Spanish. During your visit you can see the Main Staircase, the coronation jewels in the Dome Hall, the Old Upper House Hall and the Lounge. Because of the events of the Hungarian National Assembly or state protocol events, the route may be modified. You will be acquainted with the present operation rules of the Parliament. The duration of the visit including the security check is about 45-50 minutes.
Before buying your ticket please be informed about the conditions of the visit.
Visually and physically impaired visitors can also start the group tour of the House of Parliament from this handicapped-accessible complex, where the ticket office and information booth are also located. In order to ensure smooth access, we kindly request that visitors in wheelchairs inform our staff about their arrival in advance by e-mail at email@example.com.
Visitors treated with radioactive isotopes for a curative purpose must provide us with an official hospital discharge summary issued by the given medical institution confirming the administering of the treatment. The summary must contain the following data: the type and name of the radioactive substance used, the dates of its administering, and a confirmation that the person having been given the treatment is permitted to attend public events.
If a visitor is unable to provide the above document, the Parliamentary Guard has the right to deny his or her admission.
Please be advised that from 1 July 2014 the entry point, and the ticket office for Parliament visitors is in the Visitor Center at the end of Balassi Bálint Street. More information about opening times and ticketing: www.parlament.hu.
We kindly ask all of our customers to check carefully if they are buying the right amount of tickets and if they pay accordingly, because we cannot refund or cancel tickets!