Louvre, d’Orsay, Picasso Museum and much more in the National Museum’s digital exhibition space Free of charge between May and September 2022 in front of the Akvárium Club For those who think that visiting digital exhibitions is not the real thing, they haven’t seen the Micro-Folie mobile museum. Institutions such as the Louvre, the Pompidou Centre in Paris and the Picasso Museum have all been involved in the creation of this great French initiative. High-resolution digitised photographs, 3D photos and video recordings of thousands of amazing artefacts have been uploaded to the digital museum and can be viewed by anyone who visits Micro-Folie. Imagine a giant projector and twenty seats, each with a tablet. The images can be enlarged at will to reveal details that would otherwise be easily hidden. The incredibly rich material can be used to create a wide variety of virtual exhibitions. And it is easy to adapt to the interests and needs of the audience. Whether you are a kindergartner, a French student or an adult with an interest in history, Micro-Folie is a virtual museum that can offer new and exciting material for everyone. Micro-Folie’s digital material is now enriched by the curiosities of many museums around the world. It also includes 23 objects from the collection of the Hungarian National Museum, including the Scythian Golden Stag, a portrait of Franz Liszt and the hand of the Stalin statue. The mobile museum is scheduled to be open to the public between May and September 2022 in front of the Akvárium Club in Budapest.