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#1 of 131 Museums in Budapest
A tremendous enthusiast, I am always drawn to art galleries and Museums!
Now it is a museum of three floors with a beautiful garden - all with a wonderful view of the Danube, the Pest side, and the Parliament building.
#2 of 131 Museums in Budapest
Simply the best!!!!! Great time, even if we are a adult couple, we love pinball, so this museums era the best, clean, very good condition and cheep
Οne of the most interesting museums that we've been in the world.You will spend the most beautiful time during your visit if you love PINBALL.Just do it !
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#3 of 131 Museums in Budapest
The reasonably-priced tour includes a great 20-minute video, a tour of the underground distillery, samples of the liquor, entrance into the museum, and a discount in the purchase of any alcohol.
The tour itself I wish were longer... though the very nice museum and generous tasting portions made up for it.
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#4 of 131 Museums in Budapest
We got a very nice tour through the museum which is an old castle and got to try (amongst others) palinka, several chocolates, a hot cocoa, tea and a desert.
The guided museum tour was interesting, informative and we learned a lot about the rich area of chocolate.
#5 of 131 Museums in Budapest
As I like to visiting different model museums (usually eisenbahn modell museum), this museum is very eye-attracting.
We both enjoyed so much, all the details made with great care, some funny things hidden beside the realistic views, like the giant robot from the Star World)) The museum is large, with some historic details, worki...
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#6 of 131 Museums in Budapest
A guided tour of a cold war bunker situated under Budapest, the museum provided a good contrast to the surrounding historic museums and an overview of the city's recent political history.
Lots of war museums focus on the soldiers and combat but this gave a different perspective.
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#7 of 131 Museums in Budapest
Highly recommended as one of the most interesting aviation museums in the world!
I love air museums, I've been to well over 40, and this definitely makes the top 5. Smaller than some other capital city air museums in Europe, it makes up for this with quality.
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#8 of 131 Museums in Budapest
I have visited many Holocaust museums, including Yad Vashem and the US Holacaust Museum in Washington DC, but the Budapest museum affected more than any other.
One of best memorial museums in world.
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#9 of 131 Museums in Budapest
Personally, loved some wonderful pieces by József Rippl-Rónai, yet this entire museum is a gem (and I've seen some great art museums to compare).
Floor 2 and its pre war Hungarian art was so different from what I am used to seeing in museums, and so beautiful I wondered what happened to all these artists' lives during the war I will even try to go back agai...
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#10 of 131 Museums in Budapest
It is a pleasant diversion from the usual sightseeing of churches, museums, and galleries.
only a very small museum about the life of Houdini and a great little magic show in the end! the magician let us all be part of it and it was great fun!!! well worth a visit!!!
#12 of 131 Museums in Budapest
The amount of bling is comparable nearly to the Vatican museums, the reconstructions of rooms /houses from different eras were quite interesting and i always did like the exhibits you can interact with.
Big recommendation for everyone who loves spending time admiring art and visiting museums.
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#13 of 131 Museums in Budapest
... of the Hungarian State in 1896 for the Millennial Exhibition (as well as the Millennial Monument on Heroes’ Square, or the Fisherman’s Bastion) These days you can visit there the Hungarian agricultural museum.
Very interesting and unusual museum - the history of agriculture, hunting and fishing.
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#14 of 131 Museums in Budapest
The ethnographic museums houses also special exhibits and the World Press photo is one of them.
For the content, you really need to love ethnography, local culture, textiles, handicrafts, agrarian tools, etc. Personally I love the content, so I loved the museum - the textiles and the exhibit on the dowries w...
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#15 of 131 Museums in Budapest
Sweet little museum, awesome host!
When I visit a museum, a church, a castle or anything, I like to go at my own pace and spend longer or shorter times where I want.
#16 of 131 Museums in Budapest
I highly recommend this side trip, it is so different from some of the usual museums and touristy things in the city.
Went again to this incredible museum a little outside of Budapest but worthed to see it again, great video show about the sculptures, i missed that last time
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#17 of 131 Museums in Budapest
This is one of the best museums I've visited - excellent overview and great contextualisation - the videos and testimony is fascinating - and the design is outstanding.
I've been to many museums preserving atrocities witnessed by nations around the world; for example, Holocaust museums of Warsaw and America; Killing Fields (Choeung Ek) and Tuol Sleng 21 Genocide of Cambodia, Hoa...
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#18 of 131 Museums in Budapest
A must-see in Budapest and one of the best museums, I ve ever visited: profound, intelligent and highly sensitive in terms of aesthetics.
As well as the museum the old city square is lovely with good places to eat and drink and some nice sculpture dotted about.
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#19 of 131 Museums in Budapest
Most Locomotives Museums are indoor, but this one locates inside a park.
On the site of a former deport of the Magyar Railways stands an incredible exhibitition of locomotives, tenders, wagons, engines of all times you can discover and even climb on ... The museum includes series of pi...
#20 of 131 Museums in Budapest
The Jewish Quarter which boasts markets and cafe/bars is about a 3 minute walk from the Synagogue and National Museum: it's certainly an interesting way to spend a day in Budapest!
When I visited this museum I was most impressed with the tour guides that take you around to explain everything to you I loved the beautiful sculpture that has been erected in the museum The exhibits and artefacts...
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#21 of 131 Museums in Budapest
If you like history, weapons, or anything military related, this is one of the most encompassing museums I've ever been to and must be seen.
The museum is located in the Castle District on the Buda side of the Danube, along the back of the citadel, a ten minute walk from the central square and church.
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#22 of 131 Museums in Budapest
One of the most emblematic museums in Budapest, housing an interesting collection of Liszt`s furniture, documents, pianos, portraits, etc.
The Ferenc Liszt Memorial Museum is located at 35 Vörösmarty útca a street just off Andrassy út just by the Vörösmarty útca Metro Station on Line One (Line One is shown in yellow on maps of Budapest).
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#23 of 131 Museums in Budapest
Whenever we visit Budapest we go to see the Robert Capa museum.
Excellent museum
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#24 of 131 Museums in Budapest
Note: the museum is actually within the Deak Ferek ter station, and you can get there by taking the underground entrance near the church (Deák téri evangélikus templom).
Most unusual museum.
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#25 of 131 Museums in Budapest
This is one of the best museums and the basement area is amazing.
I love museums and this is a very good one.
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#26 of 131 Museums in Budapest
A highlight of this museum exhibits the recording gramophone used by Hungarian composers Bela Bartok and Zoltan Kodaly to capture the authentic folk music of the country.
Situated almost next door to a more illustrious tourist attraction St. Matthias's church, this smallish museum is a wonderful exhibition of music influences through the ages in Hungary.
#27 of 131 Museums in Budapest
The museum itself is a world class structure and space dedicated to contemporary art with a focus on modern living Hungarian artists, but also to present the art of Central Europe.
Take the number 2 tram down the line for a number of stops and you'll arrive at this extraordinary museum of modern art.
#28 of 131 Museums in Budapest
Whilst I love anatomy museums my main reason for coming here was to see the house and resting place of the great man, Ignaz Semmelweis.
One of the gems that has recently been inserted into the wonderfully restored Italianate frontage is the Semmelweis Museum of Medical History..
#29 of 131 Museums in Budapest
After visiting the glorious Museum of Applied Arts in an ornate Art Nouveau building, and a gem of a Hungarian folk and design exhibition at Vakert Bazar, I bought a coffee table book: "Budapest in Detail".
A few blocks from the Keleti train station and in a residential neighborhood is this wonderful museum/home of Miksa Roth, a richly talented artist of the secessonist period.
#30 of 131 Museums in Budapest
We've visited many science museums in different countries and this one is right up with the best of them.
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