Trafó Gallery | Access information
By public transport:
Trafó is 450 meters away from the Corvin-negyed station of the Metro 3, which is equipped with an elevator. It is 450 meters away from the Corvin negyed station of the tram 4-6, which is a low floor tram. For navigation around the area of the exhibition, we recommend using the app Route4U.
The following parking garages that may be convenient for our audiences:
45 meters away from Trafó: Liliom Parking House | 1094 Budapest, Liliom u. 43-45. | Trafó spectators save 25% off regular rates. The voucher can be requested at the ticket office.
450 meters away from Trafó: Parking at Corvin Plaza | 1083 Budapest, Futó utca 37-45. | The garage can be accessed from Futó utca or from Vajdahunyad utca.
The entrance to Trafó Gallery is through the main entrance of Trafó House of Contemporary Arts. The gallery space is situated in the basement of Trafó. You can enter the gallery through a staircase with 17 steps. Trafó Gallery therefore is unfortunately not wheelchair accessible.
Trafó Gallery is open from Wednesday to Saturday from 4pm to 7pm; when we have performances in the Main Hall of Trafó, from 4pm to 10pm; as well as on Sundays between 10am and 2pm. Weekday afternoons (approx. 4-6pm) are usually the quietest times to visit.
Entrance to Trafó Gallery is free.
The exhibition mediator can adjust the volume of the video works on display upon request.
At our current exhibition, we invite you to touch the elements of the installation by the Feminist Health Care Research Group, but we ask you not to touch the other artworks on view.
There are a variety of seating options available in the space: a bench, different types of chairs and a couch.
Video works in the exhibition are shown in English with Hungarian subtitles and in one case, the translation is provided on a handout.
The printed exhibition guide is available in the space. We will have an easy-to-read guide for the exhibition available from 20 September.
The artworks currently on view do not have a strong scent.
There are no flashing or strong light sources in the exhibition.
Restrooms: There are two restrooms on the floor of Trafó Gallery. You can also find a toilet with baby-changing facilities on the first floor of Trafó.
Dogs are allowed in the space of the gallery. Your dog should remain under your care and control throughout your visit, on a leash.Owners are expected to take responsibility for their dog throughout their visit. We can provide a drinking bowl for your animal; just ask at the cafeteria on the ground floor.
With other accessibility-related questions please contact us through the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org to get further information and to discuss how we can assist your visit and accommodate your access needs.