It was a surprise for all my family. A piece of history. Small but very very interesting place. A lot to see near the museum .
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Tucked away in the citadel there were very few people in the museum. The attractions were well kept with some excellent technology. Exhibitions are divided into 19th Century, WW1 and WW2 and each is very informative. Entry prices are very reasonable, too.
If you are interested in the Hungarian history, this is a good place to learn a lot. There are mainly 18.-19. siecle exhibits, and to see them all you need at least 2 hours. The museum is at the Buda Castle hill
Good displays of milatary uniforms and arms over a few hundred years The museum is located in an old trading school and this fits well
If you want to check Hungarian history best way is to see it trough military. You need one hour to see all exhibits. But if you really want to check them, you will need 3 hours minimum. Museum exhibits are mostly from 19 - 20...More
DH is a war history buff. I went along and was fascinated with this museum. A "curator" advised as to how to navigate the various floors in chronological order which was helpful. The exhibits were informative and well done and gave me (an educated person,...More
A good review of Hungary in the terms of modern military events (1800-2016). To survey every exhibit, it might take some time. Plan on at least and hour and a half.
We are particularly interested in the history of WWI and there was a new exhibition which highlighted Hungary's participation which we found particularly interesting. There is a lot to see so allow a couple of hours.