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The Kiscelli Museum is one of the hidden treasures of Obuda located in a former baroque monastery and church on the top of a hill. It manages a collection related to urban history and fine arts of Budapest. In its permanent exhibitions you can find...more
Today the management of the museum closed the building before the official closing time without any warning on the online forums. We planed our afternoon to view the exibition but this way we didnt have the chance...
An excellent musuem on the Buda side of the Danube, north of the hubbub. It is possible to walk to this musuem from the HEV train station. Great enclave from it's surroundings. Great artwork and museum pieces. Very enjoyable.
If you want to know more about the urban development of Budapest, this museum is a must. Nice collection of furniture, trade signs and textiles and more...
The only disadvantage is the lack of English texts.
Kiscelli Museum is an out of beaten track attraction: while not very central, it is located in a beautiful old monastery building, in an area full of natural beauty: forests and caves nearby. The Museum itself is focused on municipal treasures of Budapest, objects of...More
An interesting museum for those who are interested in the urban history of Budapest. The museum has a nice collection mainly focusing on the Óbuda part of the city dating back to the late 18th century.
The variety of the things on display is absolutely amazing! Be it trade, furniture, textiles and clocks, just to name a few. A big historical photo collection, a painting gallery...
The building was a former monastery with a long history.
A gem not in the...More
Over 200 colleagues attended a gala ball here. Very interesting building, tucked away (we had to access by minibus, not coaches, as the road is very narrow).
Stunning room for the main event.
Food not bad at all given the size of the event.
The collection of trade signs is mind boggling .the admission ticket is also good for Aquincum and one other museum(I think the history museum). Beware you can go by public transport but there is a long steep road to ascend. I am75 and walk with...More
The overall experience was good, but that's about it. The access to the museum is not that easy, we had to change 2 rail lines and a bus in order to get there from the center of the city. And unfortunately non of the permanent...More
Getting to the Kiscelli Museum is a bit tricky. From Pest, cross either the Széchenyi Chain Bridge to Clark Ádám tér, or the Margit híd bridge. At the Buda side, find the bus stop near either of this bridges for bus 17 (direction: Bùecsi út)....More