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Pálinka Museum Budapest – tickets, prices, discounts, tastings

Palinka is a fruit brandy and Hungary’s national liqueur. It is believed that this fruit brandy keeps the nation running!

At Pálinka Museum in Budapest, you will learn to drink like a Hungarian with a guided tasting of Palika.

During this guided tour of the Palinka Museum, you will learn about the history of this distilled spirit before sampling different Palinka varieties.

Palinka Museum doesn’t allow visitors under 18 years of age to enter.

This article covers everything you must know before booking tickets to the Budapest Palinka Museum.

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What to Expect at Palinka Museum

Immerse yourself in the rich history and craftsmanship of Hungary’s iconic fruit brandy, Palinka.

Engage your senses as you explore diverse Palinka varieties, from traditional fruit blends to unique, innovative flavors.

Choose from a range of options and experience guided tastings that unveil the intricate art of Palinka production.

Enrich your mind with the history of Hungary’s distilling heritage and learn to drink like a Hungarian!

Where to book tickets

Tickets for Palinka Museum are available online and at the venue.

When you buy online, you can avoid the long queues at the ticket counters. 

Online ticket prices tend to be cheaper than tickets at the attraction.

Because some attractions sell a limited number of tickets, booking early helps avoid last-minute disappointments.

How do online tickets work

Visit the booking page for Palinka Museum, select your travel date and the number of tickets, and make the booking.

Once you complete the booking process, the tickets will be mailed to you.

You do not need to carry printouts.

Show the e-ticket on your smartphone at the entrance and walk in.

Carry a valid ID.

Palinka Museum ticket prices

Adult tickets for Palinka Museum for people above 18 years cost HUF 3794 (€10).

Students with ID can gain entry at a discounted price of 3415 (€9).

Entry is forbidden for people under 18 years of age.

Pálinka Museum’s tour tickets

With this Pálinka Museum ticket, you can explore all the exhibits at the attraction. 

An English-speaking guide takes you on a 40-minute guided tour of the Pálinka Museum at the time of your choice. 

They share how Palinka is made and tell you about the different ingredients used, like cherries, pears, and peaches.

While booking your guided tour of the Pálinka Museum, you can opt to include tastings of Palinka at the end of the visit.

Tastings are led by a local expert guide who will explain each of the steps to make the drink, after which you get to taste three different types of Palinka.

Since this is a Skip The Line ticket, you don’t need to wait in any queue. 

You will have the option to choose between tasting four, six, or eight different kinds of Palinka.

You can show your ticket on your mobile, at the cash desk, and join the next available tour.

You can cancel this ticket up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund.

Ticket Price

Entrance without tastings

Adult ticket (18+ years): HUF 3794 (€10)
Student ticket (with ID): HUF 3415 (€9)

Entrance with four tastings

Adult ticket (18+ years): HUF 9,487 (€25)
Student ticket (with ID): HUF 8,727 (€23)

Entrance with six tastings

Adult ticket (18+ years): HUF 9,107 (€24)
Student ticket (with ID): HUF 6,830 (€18)

Entrance with eight tastings

Adult ticket (18+ years): HUF 17,075 (€45)
Student ticket (with ID): HUF 16,316 (€43)


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How to reach Pálinka Museum

The Palinka Museum is located in District VII, known as the Jewish Quarter, an area in central Budapest.

Address: 20 Király Street (Kiraly utca 20.), Budapest, 1061. Get Directions

By Bus

Opera M bus station, Saint Stephen’s Basilica bus station, and Deák Ferenc Tér M bus station are all a five to seven-minute walk away from the museum.

These bus lines stop near Palinka Museum: 133E, 15,210, 5,8E,9.

By Train

Arany János Utca and Opera Metro stations are within a six-minute walk away from the museum.

M2 and M3 metro lines stop at these stations.

Tram line 47 will drop you to Deák Ferenc Tér M, just a five-minute walk away from the museum.

By Car

Put your starting point here to navigate to the Museum.

Several parking spots can be found in the vicinity.

Pálinka Museum’s timings

Budapest’s Pálinka Museum is open daily from 2 pm to midnight.

The last tour is provided two hours before closing time.

How long does the Tour last

The tour typically lasts between 40 minutes to 80 minutes.

The tour’s length depends upon whether the tour includes tasting sessions.

Best time to visit

The best time to visit Palinka Museum is late evenings when you can truly enjoy the lessons in spirit as the day draws to a close and have your appetite for brandy stimulated by the tasting sessions.

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Facts about Palinka

Palinkas are traditionally made from plum, apple, pear, apricot, strawberry, cherry, and grape marc, but you may substitute any fruit of your choosing.

After the fruit is crushed, it undergoes a lengthy distillation, maturation, and bottling process.

According to current legislation, only fruity beverages produced in Hungary may be called Palinka.

This alcoholic beverage is entirely fruit-based and contains at least 37.5 percent alcohol.

Hungary has exclusive rights to the term “Palinka.”

Sources

# Palinkaexperience.com
# Ruinbarsbudapest.com
# Introducingbudapest.com
# Tripadvisor.com

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