Magical Winter Experiences

Magical winter experiences await you once again at Müpa Budapest!

From November 30, Müpa Budapest will be in a festive mood again, with the Müpa Tent awaiting children and adults alike with old favourites and new performances, and the ice rink will return with a special musical surprise. 


Ice rink and stage

4 December 2021 – 27 February 2022

One of the most popular venues of the Advent period, the Müpa Ice Rink, will return in a renewed form this year. While enjoying the wonderful panorama of the Danube, visitors can now skate to live music on the more than 300 square metres of the covered skating rink.

Starting from December 4, every week there will be unique productions and exciting musical lineups to entertain the skaters on the rink, including the Sena DagaDub, the solo project of The Qualitons guitarist Barna Szőke, MYGL, as well as Ian O’Sullivan, frontman of Mongooz and the Magnet, all performing concerts with an intimate atmosphere.


Opening hours

We would like to inform you that the Müpa Budapest Ice Rink will be temporarily closed from 21 to 25 February.

Weekdays: 2 pm - 8 pm
Weekends: 10 am - 8 pm

During the holidays, the opening hours may be different.
The ice rink is open according to the following schedule:

24 December Friday CLOSED
25 December Saturday 12 pm - 8 pm
26 December Sunday 12 pm - 8 pm
1 January Saturday 12 pm - 8 pm

The Rules of the Ice rink are available here.

Müpa Tent

30 November 2021 – 9 January 2022

Every Advent season since 2016, the Müpa Tent has welcomed children and adults alike with magical programmes. Returning this year after last year's hiatus, to the delight of many, will be live performances of Recirquel's winter contemporary circus tale, Kristály, while the Attila József Award-winning writer/poet Anna Szabó T's enchanting Sky-High Music as interpreted by the cream of the crop of the Hungarian music and theatre worlds provides a cheerful and witty answer in music and song to our everyday anxieties. The interactive Opera Tamer programme, though, aims to help children befriend a genre that many find incomprehensibly difficult, first by acquainting them with the story of #Figaro, one of the greatest mischief-makers in the opera literature.