MuseumDigit is organized by the Hungarian National Museum’s National Centre of Museological Methodology and Information. Being a showcase of innovative digital cultural trends and solutions, our conference welcomes heritage and museum professionals, IT researchers, communication experts and creative developers from the business and the public sector. The program gives an international overview of the latest ideas driving the world of museums today.  

  • digital development strategies and theories
  • digitisation best practices
  • futureproof AI solutions
  • innovative workshops with actionable ideas
  • arts and business networking


Held in the splendid Great Hall of the Hungarian National Museum, MuseumDigit is the place where thinkers and thought leaders come together to share their vision of 21st century museums, cultural heritage and digital culture.

By inviting university students, the future experts of the museum world, as well as decision makers, entrepreneurs and disruptors of the business world, we aim to present museums as the progressive and versatile places for dialogue and transformation. It is a great occasion for networking, exchanging ideas, testing projects and developments.

Simultaneous translation is available for our visitors in Hungarian and English, workshops are held in Hungarian.


Within the splendid Classicist walls of the Hungarian National Museum, today’s cutting-edge technologies and state-of-the art digital innovations meet centuries of traditions and cultural heritage. Business companies get the opportunity to hear ideas from some of the most creative, disruptive thinkers of the museum world and get inspired in a most unusual way.

If you want to meet and introduce your company to the key players, thinkers, innovators, tech companies, startups and expand your  network, MuseumDigit is your place to be.


The Hungarian National Museum is one of Budapest’s grandest neoclassical edifices. It was built between 1837 and 1847 and designed by Mihály Pollack, one of Hungary’s greatest nineteenth-century architects. Pollack created a temple-like building with a wide staircase leading to a monumental portico supported by ten colossal Corinthian columns.

"Dynamic, fizzing, the selection of talks reflects great attention to detail”
"Exciting, inspiring speakers”
"MuseumDigit gave me a notebook full of actionable ideas”
"A showcase of truly innovative, diverse, edgy solutions”