National Museum Consolidating, Rebranding

Museums

The Hungarian National Museum will be renamed according to the latest issue of the official Magyar Közlöny.

"To develop the cultural institutional system and fulfill cultural tasks at an outstanding level, the government agrees that the Hungarian National Museum will continue to operate under the name of the Hungarian National Museum Public Collection Center," the latest gazette says.

Behind the name change lies the organizational integration of public collections. As of July 1, 2024, several cultural facilities will be integrated into the Public Collections Center of the Hungarian National Museum.

The merging institutions include the Museum of Applied Arts, the Hungarian Natural History Museum, the Hungarian Museum of Trade and Tourism, the Petőfi Literary Museum, and the National Széchenyi Library.

They will continue to operate as member institutions of the future Public Collections Center.

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