Millennium House features an interactive exhibition on the golden age of City Park, and a café decorated with Zsolnay ceramics. Before the main entrance, a Rose Garden of 1,500 stumps and a fountain have been developed, along with a complete renovation of all buildings on the complex.
With its more than 100 years of history, City Pak is a unique public space that provides not only green areas for recreation but also gives a home to several cultural institutions.
The aim of the Liget Budapest Project is to make the new City Park an international tourist destination of unique complexity and quality. The unique historical, natural and institutional features of the nearly 200 year-old park, together with the new museums under construction, create a world-class, family-friendly cultural and leisure park, where, like the world’s leading cities, everyone can find the perfect activity suited to their needs.
The comprehensive renovation of City Park resulted in the complete reconstruction of Olof Palme House. The 130 year-old but unfortunately once deteriorated building will open in its original splendor from October 26th.
“Millennium House is a symbol of the Liget Budapest Project’s core objective: preserving old values and renewing them in the most modern way,” said László Baán.