The conference has been organized by the Hungarian National Museum’s National Centre of Museological Methodology and Information since 2013. It is an innovative international platform and showcase for cultural heritage and museum professionals, IT researchers, communication and creative developers and experts from the business and public sector as well. The program gives an international review of actual issues related to the museum area:

  • digital development strategies and theories
  • new technologies
  • innovative solutions
  • cultural aggregation
  • digital competencies
  • tendencies in the creative industry


Hungarian and International lecturers give presentations in different sections followed by professional debate. The two-day event is a great occasion for networking, exchanging ideas, testing projects and developments.

The lectures can be heard with English-Hungarian simultaneous interpretation, the workshop program is in Hungarian.


Hungarian National Museum provides a unique opportunity to companies to demonstrate their profiles in our reputable building. During the two-day event, companies’  representatives can meet the audiences, experts of public collections and other digital service developers.

Exhibitors are welcomed to join the program as sponsors too. MuseumDigit has special offers for them to use different communication platforms available (Facebook, website, newsletter, roll-up, program brochure).


The Hungarian National Museum is housed in one of Budapest’s grandest neoclassical edifices. It was built between 1837 and 1847 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. As a result of the renovations completed in 2005, the Ceremonal Hall and the Dome, the Rotunda and the Hall were technically upgraded.

The MuseumDigit conference is held in the Ceremonial Hall while the exhibitors will be installed in the Dome, next to the Hall.

Address: 1088 Budapest, Múzeum krt. 14–16., Hungary