The permanent exhibition portraying the history of Pesti Vigadó and the building that once stood in its place called Redoute has been open since 27th May 2017. Come and explore Pesti Vigadó’s past! The following tickets are valid for this exhibition: walk-around ticket and combined ticket.
The building that once stood in the place of today's Pesti Vigadó called Redoute, which was constructed on the basis of Mihály Pollack's plans and opened in 1833, was the home of the highest culture at the time of its completion. In those days the building was associated with the birth of the Hungarian middle class and the Hungarian nation, and actually the ﬁrst representative parliamentary session was also held in Redoute, which – for this reason – was completely destroyed by the Austrian troops during the Hungarian Revolutionof 1848-1849.