The Hospital in the Rock Nuclear Bunker Museum is maintained by the “The Rock” Museum Public Benefit Foundation. The Foundation was established in 2015 and its mission is to show that it is possible to behave as a person in dictatorships and wartime, and to choose the good. The real heroes are those who heal and help, not take the lives of others. It also aims to present the true face of the war, to convey an authentic history to the general public, with an educational purpose. The Foundation operates independently of parties, ideologies and churches, and operates the museum and its other functions without state support, from its own revenues and donations.

Please support the work of our Foundation with your donation. We use your help to maintain the museum, to donate class trips for disadvantaged children, and provide our scientific, research, and educational activities.


EVERY DAY: 10:00 – 19:00

Guided tours start every hour in Hungarian. Guided tours in English start at: 12:30, 13:30, 14:30, 15:30. Last tour starts at 6 P. M. The cash desk closes at 6 P.M.

Max. group size: 25 people

The museum is CLOSED on January 1, November 1, December 24-25 and December 31. On the other days of the year (excluding National Holidays and Night of the Museum in June) we welcome our visitors with the above opening hours.

The museum will be closed on 23 October 2021 for the national holiday.



The museum can only be visited as part of a guided tour. Groups over 8 people need to register in advance.


The length of the normal guided tour is 60 minutes – During the guided tour you will see all the exhibitions of the museum with the help of our professional guides.


It is not allowed to make photos, videos or audio recordings. We do not sell photo tickets.


Due to the disturbing and shocking design of the exhibition, young children under the age of 6 are not allowed to visit the museum.


Not recommended for children under 12 years of age, but can be visited with the approval and supervision of a parent / guardian.


At the vending machines it is only possible to pay by credit card, at the cash register by credit card and SZÉP card. Cash payment is not welcomed.



Closed on 23th of October


The museum will be closed on 23 October 2021 for the national holiday.

Safe visit


The museum can be visited from 01. 07. 2021 by those who have the EU immunity certificate (digital or printed), or other immunity certificates accepted by the Hungarian Government.

Face mask is optional


Wearing a face mask is optional, but highly recommended in the museum’s underground spaces.

Cashless museum


According to sustainable development, our museum has become cashless. The museum’s vending machines offer the possibility to pay by credit card (we accept SZÉP cards at the cash register).

Audioguides available


Guided tours in English are currently not available, but audio guide tools are available for free during the guided tour in 6 languages (english, german, italian, french, russian, spanish) ​​during the program.

Limited program offer


We do not hold museum lessons and lectures temporarily (interactive and incentive guided tours are available on request).

Buy your tickets online


The museum has limited capacity – it worth to buy your ticket online in advance for regular museum tours.

Expiration date extension!


The expiration date of prepayed and partner vouchers issued before April 30, 2021 will be extended by 6 months, so that our visitors can use them for 18 months instead of 12 for museum programs.



The Museum offers three different programs. All three programs include guided tour in the museum. Please take a look at the short summary below to decide which program suits the best your requirements.

Egyszerű tárlatvezetés, akkreditált képzés és közhasznú program. Mindhárom program tartalmazza a teljes múzeumi tárlatvezetést.


Accredited online adult education program from the results of over 10 years of professional work for those who want to learn more. During the program, you can take part in a museum tour and gain access to the History Academy’s online training platform.


With the help of the public benefit program, you support the activities of the “The Rock” Museum Public Benefit Foundation, which maintains the museum. We will offer you a museum visit as a non-consideration service if you donate a specified amount [350/2011. (XII. 30.) Government Decree on Certain Issues in the Management of Non-Governmental Organizations, Fundraising, and Public Benefit, 1. § (5) a), b), 4. § (1) e), 6. §].


If you are arriving in a group or paying with SZÉP card, we recommend the simple museum visit program for you – it contains the guided tour only.



From the Matthias Church we can reach the underground Hospital in the Rock Musuem in just a few minutes walk. Walk along Szentháromság street until Árpád Tóth promenade, where at the foot of the castle wall – opposite the Matthias Church -, a staircase and an elevator lead to Lovas street. When you get down there, turn right and after 3 meters you can already see the entrance to the museum.