The transport museum is closed for major renovations and isn't supposed to be open until 2019. It will be located at the eastern edge of Vidal park.
About Hungarian Technical and Transportation Museum
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Took taxi to museum to find it closed very disappointing as it would appear to have been closed for some time and I could find no evidence as to when it would reopen.
The website says that this museum, along with several other science and technology museums will be closed until 2018. The children were very disappointed. Some of the exhibits have been moved to other locations in the country.
Not sure when or how long this has been closed for renovations. We did not know until we arrived at the door, a shame, but looking at the weeds and grass outside I'd say it's been closed some months
There is a lot to see, especially the trains and railways of Hungary are well presented. There are also other exhibitions, and a small car museum concentrated on cars manufactured in Hungary or otherwise significant to the country. More information could be in English, now...More
We visited “Heros Square” first which is at the beginning of a lovely park and an pleasant walk through the park to get to the museum. This is a large museum with lots to see, but as others have said before very little of the...More
This is a large museum with lots to see, but unfortunately very little of the extensive information is in English - particularly on the upper floors. It would have been nice if it had been a little more hands-on - although you could go inside...More
Going on World Women's Day the museums have special prices for women. This was obviously a treat most men were happy to take their women to! It's a wonderful museum. Well kept, interesting exhibits and a small café. A lovely walk through the park to...More
When you visit an another country it's not your first idea to visit a transport museum however I found it pretty interesting so we decided to give it a try. It looks a bit abandoned from the outside however this should not put you down,...More
Having read so many negative reviews on here, I was in two minds whether to go. I'm so glad I did. Fascinating place! One floor devoted to trains, of the old fashioned variety and you can even go into the carriages. Then we have old...More