The MODEM Modern and Contemporary Arts Centre can be visited from Tuesdays to Sundays between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. It is closed on Mondays.
General Admission Tickets
You can buy ticket online at the following link.
|For owner of Debrecen City Card|
|Combinated ticket – for all exhibitions of MODEM||2 500 HUF||1 250 HUF||2 000 HUF||1 000 HUF|
|30+ – 2nd floor||1 500 HUF||750 HUF||1 200 HUF||600 HUF|
|New Mediations – groud floor||1 500 HUF||750 HUF||1 200 HUF||600 HUF|
|Family ticket – for 2 adults with 3 children|
|Combinated – for all exhibitions of MODEM||4 000 HUF|
|Per exhibition||3 000 HUF|
The MODEM stands in the historical centre of Debrecen on the Baltazár Dezső Square, which was formed at the time of the opening of the Modern and Contemporary Arts Centre. It is easily accessible on foot from the Great Church, because the building is behind the Déri Museum 5 minutes from the Kossuth Square. By car, the MODEM is accessible from the Bethlen Street and the Füvészkert Street. A parking garage is available under the building.
Address: 1-3. Hunyadi János Street, 4026 Debrecen
Box office and Information: +36-52-525-010
GPS coordinates: N.47.5334194 E.21.6215394
According to the Agreement of the European Economic Area, the permanent and temporary exhibitions of the museums can be visited for free of charge by the undermentioned citizens of the participant countries (herein after called EEA citizens):
- children under the age of 6
- disabled people and their companion (only 1 person)
- people with professional admission card issued by the minister
- members of national professional organisations (with at least 400 members) which are connected to museums and public collections
- active educators (with a valid educator’s card) who work in public education
- adults above the age of 70
According to the Agreement of the European Economic Area, the permanent and temporary exhibitions of the museums can be visited for 50% off admission by the undermentioned EEA citizens:
- students (with valid student card)
- adults above the age of 62
- companions who are close relatives of at least two people under the age of 18 (max. 2 people)
- It is forbidden to bring any vehicle into the building, such as bicycles, scooters, etc. Furthermore, live animals (except guide dogs/therapy dogs), stabbing and cutting tools, and anything that endangers the health and safety of art objects, visitors and staff.
- MODEM may not be visited by persons under the influence of alcohol, intoxicants and/or drugs. We can request action from the guard against those whose behavior violates or endangers the safety of our visitors and employees.
- Protection of works of art: please do not approach them within a distance of 30 cm, and do not touch or hold the sculptures or installations.
- It is FORBIDDEN to bring bottles, food, drinks, children’s toys, or anything that endangers the works of art into the exhibition space.
- Please do not disturb other visitors by speaking loudly in the exhibition spaces, turn down the volume of your mobile phone and do not use it for conversation.
- For safety reasons, use of the cloakroom is mandatory and free of charge.
Please leave your luggage, umbrella, bag or backpack larger than 30 x 25 x 15 cm in the cloakroom. Bags of any size cannot be carried on the back, small backpacks can only be carried in by hand. If you want to take your personal items and valuables with you to the exhibition space, you can borrow a small handbag free of charge in the cloakroom.
- Smoking is FORBIDDEN in the entire area of MODEM, this includes electronic cigarettes. Smoking is only possible in the designated area in the inner garden and at least 5 meters away from the entrance.
- According to the current government regulations, MODEM can be visited without a COVID green pass.
- During group and family visits, the group leader, accompanying teacher, and parents are responsible for ensuring that all members of their group comply with the visitor regulations.
- In case of non-compliance with the rules or refusal to cooperate, our guards may withdraw the right to stay in MODEM.