Museums & Monuments

Airplane Museum
Airport Museum is presenting the history of the Hungarian civil aviation, exhibiting aircraft and support equipment. Located at the Liszt Ferenc international Airport. Open every day from 9:00-18:00. 1185 Budapest, T1 FORGALMI EPULET D SZARN I/2
Museum of Music History
The museum has permanent and temporary exhibitions related to Hungarian instruments, medals and badges. Occasionally concerts after guided tours. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00-16:00. 1014 Budapest, Tancsics Mihaly utca 7.
Szabo "marcipan-Muzeum" Ltd.
Marzipan museum, cafe and pastry shop in downtown Budapest. Various marzipan showpieces, including Queen Sissi life-sized statue. Cafe and pastry shop offering sandwiches, pastries and ice-creams. 1014 Budapest, Hilton Budapest - Hes Andras ter 1-3.
Hall of Art
Exhibition place of leading Hungarian and international contemporary artists alike, mediating and representing modern artistic tendencies. 1146 Budapest, Dozsa Gyorgy ut 37.
House of Terror Museum
Memorial to the victims of 20th century dictators, including second world war and communism regime. 1062 Budapest, Andrassy ut 60.
National Educational Library and Museum
The National Educational Library and Museum is the information centre for educational science, public education and the history of education. Services: copying, printing, e-services. 1087 Budapest, Konyves Kalman korut 40
National Sport Museum
The Museum of Physical Education and Sports presents the history of the Hungarian national sports collection. 1146 Budapest, Istvanmezei ut 3-5
Museum of Applied Arts
Founded in 1872 the Museum of Applied Arts is the third of its kind in Europe, after London and Vienna. The museum has a collection of old and contemporary works of applied art, Hungarian and international as well. 1091 Budapest, Ulloi ut 33-37
Petofi Museum of Literature
The most outstanding literary legacy of Hungarian poets, writers, historians can be found at the museum. 1053 Budapest, Karolyi Mihaly utca 16.
Hungarian Theatre Museum
Hungarian Theatre Museum and Institute has been collecting the most valuable relics and data of the Hungarian theatre, bridging the distant beginnings centuries ago with-last night’s performances. 1013 Budapest, Krisztina korut 57.
Holocaust Memorial Centre
Memorial Center focuses entirely on Holocaust research and education. Guided tours are available in five languages and special, thematically focused tours are offered regularly. 1094 Budapest, Pava utca 39.
Dreher Beer Museum
Constant exhibition of the history and tools of beer business, and of the Dreher brewery itself. Open every day from 9:00-16:00. 1106 Budapest, Jaszberenyi ut 7-11.
Postal Museum Budapest
Museum preserving the relics of Hungarian post and telecommunications history. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00-18:00. 1068 Budapest, Benczur u. 27.
Museum of Hungarian Agriculture
One of the biggest museum of agriculture in Europe is exhibiting in the fields of the history of Hungarian agriculture, the development of domestic animals, hunting, forestry, Hungarian grapes and wine, natural values. 1146 Budapest, Vajdahunyadvar
Aquincum Museum
Largest gathering place and museum of Budapests Roman archaeological and historical monuments. Open in spring time from 10:00-18:00, during winter from 10:00-18:00. The museum is closed on Mondays. 1031 Budapest, Szentendrei ut 135.
Hungarian Museum of Trade and Tourism
Gastronomy museum founded in 1966 presenting catering-industry and trade-history relics. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00-18:00. 1036 Budapest, Korona ter 1.
Torley Museum
The museum presents 130 years of Torley through relics and records, giving insights into Hungarian life and cultural development. The Visiting Center has no fixed open hours, visitors must book via email in groups. 1222 Budapest, Anna utca 5-7.
Palace of Arts
Budapest youngest multi-cultural facility including the Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art. The visitors can experience interactive showrooms, media room and library. Open every day from 10:00-18:00. 1095 Budapest, Komor Marcell u 1.
National Museum of Architecture
Hungarian Museum of Architecture has no permanent exhibition space, but is organising regularly events and exhibitions of Hungarian architects work. 1036 Budapest, Mokus u. 20.
Museom of the Disaster Management organisation
Museum collecting relics of fire disasters and historical fire-fighting equipment. Fee entry. Open Monday to Thursday from 7:30-16:00, Friday from 7:30-14:00 and Saturdays from 8:30-16:00. 1105 Budapest, Martinovics ter 12.
Museum of Fine Arts
Central place for art collections since 1896. It also offers permanent exhibition of Egyptian Art, classical antiques, old master paintings, sculptures, prints and drawings. 1146 Budapest, Dozsa Gyorgy ut 41.
Skanzen
Open Air Museum presenting folk architecture, interior decoration, farming and way of life in the Hungarian language area from the 2nd half of the 18th century to the 1st half of the 20th century. 2000 Szentendre, Sztaravodai ut
Bela Bartok Museum
Memorial for Bela Bartok, one of the greatest Hungarian musician. Regular classic concerts are held at the museum. Open from Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00-17:00. 1025 Budapest, Csalan utca 29
Palace of Miracles
Exhibition and play ground demonstrating the miracles of physics and chemistry to children on 2000 m2 surface. Every hour science show in own auditorium. Opening hours daily from 10:00-20:00. 1222 Budapest, Nagytetenyi ut 37-43.
BKV Inc.
The exhibition is located at Deak Ferenc Square in a 60m long non used tunnel. Visitors can see original documents, photographs, and models presented in chronological order. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00-17:00. 1980 Budapest, Akacfa u. 15.
Hungarian National Gallery
The Hungarian National Gallery presents the largest public collection and documentation of Hungarian fine art since 1957. Opening Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00- 18:00. 1014 Budapest, Szent Gyorgy ter 2. - Buda Castle.
Hungarian National Museum
The Hungarian National Museum collects relics of Hungarian history and present time. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10.00-18:00. 1088 Budapest, Muzeum korut 14-16.
National Wine Museum
The museum introduces the development of the Hungarian grapes and wine culture outlining the characteristics of the Hungarian wine-growing regions. Also wine tasting occasions and shopping possibility. 2000 Szentendre, Bogdanyi u. 10.
Museum of Ethnography
The museums permanent exhibition is "The traditional Hungarian folk culture", which gives an insight to Hungarian folk traditions demonstrated through artefacts of everyday life and festivals. 1055 Budapest, Kossuth Lajos ter 12.
National Wine Museum
Museum introduces the development of the Hungarian grapes and wine culture. Visitors can after wine-tasting with advice of cellar purchase wine in the wine shop. Also restaurant and Palinka for tasting and buying. 2000 Szentendre, Bogdanyi u. 10.
Memento Statue Park
The Memento Park (Statue Park Museum) is an open-air museum in Budapest, exhibiting the monuments of the communist period. 1223 Budapest, Balatoni ut.
King Matthias Museum in Visegrad
Small castle town famous for the remains of the Early Renaissance summer palace of King Matthias Corvinus of Hungary and the medieval citadel. Also children playground, event venues, medieval sports and games. 2025 Visegrad, Fo utca 23.
Hungarian Railway Museum
The Hungarian Railway History Park (colloquially "Smoke Park") is Central Europes largest interactive rail theme park. More than 100 railway vehicle can be viewed, including many rare locomotives. 1142 Budapest, Tatai ut 95.
Hm Him
Museum has a wide collection of guns containing multiple arms, machine guns and other military assets, but also military uniform, flags, books, art, photography, stamps, posters and printed collections as well. 1014 Budapest, Kapisztran ter 2-4
Hungarian National Bank Visitor Center
Permanent exhibition introducing historical money, financial history, development milestones, social roles and tasks of the National Bank of Hungary in an easy understandable, interactive way. 1054 Budapest, Szabadsag ter 8–9.
Budapest Gallery
The Museum is collecting documents and relics of the capital’s history. 1056 Budapest, Szabadsajto ut 5.
Hungarian Natural History Museum
The museum is exhibiting the largest natural history collection in Hungary in terms of mineralogy, petrography, geology, palaeontology, botany, zoology and anthropology. Open Wednesday to Sunday from 10:00-17.00. 1088 Budapest, Ludovika ter 2-6.
Budapest Stamp Museum
Permanent exhibition of selected post stamps, above 500 000 in the permanent section. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00-18:00. 1074 Budapest, Harsfa utca 47.
Budapest History Museum
Exhibition aims of the activities of national and international contemporary art widely disseminated and awareness of Hungarian contemporary art mainly in Europe but also outside it. 1014 Budapest, Szent Gyorgy ter 2
Hungarian Museum of Sience, Technology and Transport
The museum is providing exhibitions embracing the whole history of transport and technology in Hungary. It is located at 8 different sites across the country, whereof in Budapest you will find 5 of them. 1146 Budapest, Varosligeti korut 11
Hungarian Heritage House
National institution for preserving and promoting Hungarian folk tradition. 1011 Budapest, Corvin ter 8.
Hospital in the Rock Museum
The surgical emergency hospital in the Buda Castle – which was used during the Second World War and in 1956 – is exhibiting wax figures, introducing the military medicine development and equipment of civil protection. 1012 Budapest, Lovas ut
Hopp Ferenc East-Asian Museum
The Hopp Museum exhibits more than twenty thousand objects related to Indian, Korean, Vietnamese, Indonesian, and Islamic culture. Open Saturday and Sunday from 10:00-18:00. 1062 Budapest, Andrassy ut 103.
Zwack Museum
The Museum presents the era of the early 19th century until present day from the view of the Zwack Family, who is a manufacturer of distilled spirits. 1095 Budapest, Soroksari ut 26.
Chocolate Museum
Enjoy plenty of chocolates figures and taste a variety of chocolates during and after guided screening tour. Visitor have the possibility to create their own chocolates. 1162 Budapest, Bekecs u 22.
Flag Museum
Permanent exhibition of Earths countries flags and coats of arms. Majority of the exhibited items are still used, but it is interesting to be presented as well as symbols, which reflect political changes. 1085 Budapest, Jozsef krt. 68.
Godollo Royal Palace
Largest Baroque palace in Hungary with permanent exhibitions of Count Antal Grassalkovich and Queen Elizabeth (Sissy) relics. 2100 Godollo, Grassalkovich-Castle
Kiscell Museum
The Kiscell Museum presents the 18th-21st century history of Budapest and of its inhabitants. Open spring to autumn every Tuesday - Sunday from 10:00-18.00, winter time from 10:00-16.00. 1037 Budapest, Kiscelli utca 108.

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