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Museums

The Statue Park hosts the left-behind "giants" of the Communist Dictatorship. After the change of the old political system, the monuments of the extinct age have been moved
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One of Europe's largest specialist museums with around 139,000 Hungarian and 53,000 international art objects. The former royal court, a magnificent building sited opposite Parliment, combines Reneissance, Baroque and
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The core of the material derived from the superb collection of paintings formed by Esterházys and donated in the 1870s. The grandiose neo-Classical building in Heroes' Square has housed
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The building that hosts the museum is on Adrassy Street and was built in 1880, as a Neo-Renaissance mansion. From 1940 the Hungarian ultra-right party, which was called Arrow
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The museum is named after Hungarian-born painter Győző Vásárhelyi who moved to Paris in 1930 to work, and who as Victor Vasarely gaind world fame as the founder of teh
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The museum, built in fitting style and attached to the uniquely beautiful Dohány Street Synagogue, has an unparalled collection of Judaica. Permanent exhibitions: Devotional objects for Jewish celebrations,
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MEO Contemporary Art Collection plays a unique role in presenting Hungarian contemporary fine art. Hungarian contemporary artists and outstanding figures from the world of international fine art regularly stage
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The first permanent flag exhibition was opened in Budapest ten years ago. At present, it is located at Jozsef krt. 68. Interested tourists make their visit from far
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The Hungarian Natural Science Museum offers free entrance for visitors to its permanent exhibitions, which include: - "Time path", Stone Park in front of the Museum - A 22 meter
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The Spirit of the Countryside - Skanzen in Szentendre awaits local and international visitors from June until the end of October. The reconstructed village depicts handicraft masters working in their
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FELT is the central theme of the 18th Crafts Festivity in Budapest, and in addition to a great variety of programmes held in the Buda Castle, The Hungarian National Gallery
read: The Art of the Fuller in Budapest >>

Not only Budapest's, but indeed one of the country's finest Baroque-age palaces. the mansion built on 15th century Gothic foundations, took on its persent form in 1766. Today the
read: Nagytétény Mansion Museum >>

This imposing neo-Classical building together with the courtyard has hosted the museum's mineral and rock collection since 1995. Permanent exhibitions: Man and nature in Hungary, Treasures from the minderal
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A rich collection of weapons from the days before the Turkish wars to the 20th century. Collection of uniforms, flags, maps, ammunition and 28,000 coins. Memories of pilots who
read: Museum of Military History >>

Relics of the civilian town of Aquincum dating back 2000 years. Roman remains, collection of frescoes, reconstructed organ from Antiquity, sculptore of Fortuna Nemesis, Hercules and Diana mosaics.
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Collection of archeological finds in Budapest. Budapest in the Middle Ages: development of settlements from Roman age to 13th century. The medieval Buda royal palace: collection of original objects,
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The collection based on 19th century art collector Ferenc Hopp's collection of 4000 items of East Asian, and primarly Japanese and Chinese, objects today has around 19,000 art
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The beautiful Art Noveau building (with Zsolnay ceramics on the roof) designed by Ödön Lechner and Gyula Pártos is one of the most attractive sights in the capital. Major
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Exhibition in the former Zichy Mansion on the art of Lajos Kassák, leading artist of Hungarian avant-garde, poetry, paintings and literary editor. The museum's new permanent exhibition: 20th century
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The largest exhibition gallery in the country, a defining neo-Classical structure in the Hero's Square. It does not have its own collection, but its regular temporary exhibitions feature mainly the
read: Gallery of Arts >>

The collection of 10,000 art objects sited in wings B, C and D of Buda Castle Palace covers the priod from the foundation of the state to the present
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One of Europe's oldest transport history collections. Its model railway material is world famous. Permanent exhibitons over 8,000 square metres include: 100 years and today, 100 years of Hungarian
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The museum building was constructed for the Trinitarian order in the 18th century, while it was later transformed into a Baroque mansion and even served as a hospital. Today
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The Dreher Beer Museum is located in one of Europe's most beautiful breweries, in Budapest. Visits are possible by appointment only. Beer in the making can be observed. Address: 10th
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Europe's largest open-air ice ring was built in Budapest, in the middle of the 19th century, right by historic Heros' Square, in the city Park. Skates can be rented as
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ABC Gallery, 6th district, Király utca 76. Phone number: +36-1-413-7608. Open: from 2-6pm, Tuesday through Friday. 2B Gallery, 3rd district, Bécsi út 86. Open: 2-6pm on Fridays, 11am-5pm on
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The museum (founded in 1802) was based on the numismatic, book and document collections of Count Ferenc Széchenyi, and the number of art objects now exceeds one million. The
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