Murder – The Killer Exhibition is an exhibition hall on nearly 1000 square metres, showing the most infamous murders of the previous decades in 21 rooms. The exhibition is set up with effects and the most modern technology that stimulates every sense of the audience and makes the story of the killers come to life. Such is the story of Elizabeth Bathory – who bathed in the blood of virgins; the story of Vlad Tepes, the story of Jack the Ripper or Al Capone. The interactive guided tour provides an experience Hungary has never seen before.
Holographic plastic, holographic projection
Fog screen, mist screening
Turning stages, settings faithful to the particular decade
Pneumatic motion control system in the rooms
21st century light systems (UV, intelligent lights, LED panels)
Unique, self-developed sound system, voice control(closed, quality head phones)
25 individual but synchronised rooms with special controls
Unique fine arts works
Handmade costumes faithful to the style of the particular periods
Moving lifelike puppets and animations
Professional movie props and setting
Thematics odors (NEW)
Live characters (NEW)
Hungarian, English, German, Spanish guiding
The exhibition does not aim at showing the harsh violent acts without any purpose as it is based on historical facts and aims at presenting the tragic reality to our visitors. We investigated why and how the culprits committed their brutal acts. At the same time we commemorate the victims and shed some light on the historical and social aspects of the murders.
TO THE END OF THE EXHIBITION YOU WILL BE ASSURED THAT NOBODY IS BORN A MONSTER!
Poisonous parents, sexual harassment suffered in childhood, physical and psychological terror, excommunication and deep psychic wounds gained in their youth is in the background of all of the stories. The exhibiton makes you think about responsibility, about how we should raise our children and about hoe to behave with other people.
VISITORS UNDER THE AGE OF 14 ARE NOT ALLOWED TO ENTER THE EXHIBITION.*
*(Visitors between the age of 14 and 16 are able to enter the exhibition with an accompanying adult.)
You will be part of a group of 10-12 people moving from room to room guided by an audio guide, accompanyied by an animator. Please arrive on time (minimum 10 minutes early) before your group starts. Visitors can meet and wait in front of the entrance of the exhibition. The guided tour of the exhibition takes approximately 70 minutes.
Tickets can be purchased at the ticket office, at Eventim ticket sales points, or online. You can purchase tickets at the spots on that day. Only a limited number of tickets is available at our ticket bank.
|INDIVIDUAL TICKETS||Monday to Friday||Saturday to Sunday and Public holidays|
|Adult ticket||3.500 HUF||4.000 HUF|
|Student / Retired ticket*||2.900 HUF||3.500 HUF|
(2 adults + 2 students)
|10.500 HUF||11.900 HUF|
|Student or retired group ticket**||2.500 HUF||2.800 HUF|
|Adult group ticket***||3.100 HUF||3.500 HUF|
|Gift ticket (without date)||+500 HUF||supplement of the weekend rate|
* Valid student and pension card required
** For a minimum of 10 children and a group of students. For each 10th group ticket, we will give 1 accompanying ticket (not valid for the retired group ticket).
** For a minimum of 10 adults. The “10th free accompanying ticket” discount is not valid for adult groups.
Unfortunately, the building is not wheelchair accessible.
We also accept SZÉP card (leisure-time sub-account), Erzsébet voucher (Culture and Gift) and Erzsébet card (Culture and Gift sub-account) at our ticket office at the spot. Furthermore, you can buy your tickets by OTP Cafeteria card (Culture sub-account), Edenred card (Culture-Sport and Gift sub-account), Feldobox voucher and AJI card.