Large and interesting museum absolutely packed my military memorabilia (so many guns!). Worth a visit for the cheap entry fee if you like military history.
About Museum of Military History (Hadtorteneti Muzeum)
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This museum is located at the northernmost end of Castle Hill, in the old Palatine barracks. Like the rest of the Hil area, it suffered much during the battle of Budapest at the end of WWII and much of its contents was destroyed. The museum...More
I like military museums but this one was a disappointment. I got there at 4pm, museum closes at 6pm, was assured 2hrs would be ample so I gave it a go. I think the entrance fee was 1500F but if you like to take your...More
Because of our interest, we stuck to WWII and onward. These exhibits are fascinating. One thing that kids will love are real weapons (no ammo obviously) fastened to tables that you can pick up, and judge weight. Lovely building, great exhibits. Don't miss.
The family ticket is very good value and the only reason I visited the museum in the first place - (1 adult goes free). However really enjoyed the experience, very informative although some displays are not translated into English. Experiencing holding a real firearm from...More
Having visited many military museums this one has less of the vehicles and big weapons than others that I have seen but it is strong on good displays and explaining history. With Hungarian military history being so interesting this museum offers an excellent insight into...More
I can´t say I was expecting much but this was very well put together. My kid loved all the various model aircraft and armoured vehicles from WWII, All the insignia and uniforms were also fascinating and I loved the collection of various propaganda posters,
A large museum with displays of Hungary's military history. Some of the exhibits in rooms downstairs were not translated into English which was disappointing.
Interesting museum, but no English guidebook available. Start on the top floor and work from left to right of the central stairs. You'll then get some kind of chronological order. Major displays do have an English language board, but smaller ones do not which is...More