It was so genuine and i loved that they make you feel so close to the topic with the family histories.
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We went by footbto the Synagoge and the Memorial center. It was not cheap, but worth every huffie. Especially the remembrance tree and the (iron) memorial statue made a great impression on both of us.
Poignant reminders of the price people paid, just for being Jewish, gypsies, invalids, or for sheltering those who were.
This is a good tribute to the Holocaust victims. The films serve to remind that we must make sure that history does not repeat itself. Museum is well laid out with photos and film footage from the time. There are interesting corridors to walk through...More
Located 15 minutes walk to the east of the Great Market, this surprising museum deals very sensitively with the terrible treatment and ultimate sad fate of the Jews and Roma from Greater Hungary. Some moving personal stories are interspersed with the general story. A good...More
I visited the centre to learn more about what little I knew about the Hungarian side and of WWII, and I couldn't have been better informed in any other way. When I visited (mid afternoon) I was only person inside, so I didn't feel rushed...More
This museum shows in a compelling way how people can be sucked into devilish behavior towards a certain race/group of other people. The museum shows the deprivation of rights and ultimately humanity within Budapest by displaying family stories and interviews with survivors. In between the...More
A bit away from the centre, but well worth the visit. Teachers get in free. This was a well put together memorial to the events in Hungary and Europe leading to the Holocaust. Personal stories were intertwined with huge amounts of information. The memorial wall...More
Visiting the Holocause Memorial Center gives quite a gloomy picture of the past. There is however, a quiet 'elegance' about this Center which makes it worthwhile a visit. The spacious exhibition rooms are well equipped with audio sound and authentic material. We cannot escape the...More
This is a must Memorial to attend while in Budapest. The history is heart wrenching while at the same time seeing what the locals have achieved is heart warming. I will not provide you with insight on what you will see on your your visit...More