Budapest Museums

Ady Endre Memorial Museum

The address: Veres Pálné utca 4-6, Metro: M3 Ferenciek tere, Bus 15, Tram 2.
Endre Ady (1877-1919) is a Hungarian poet of world rank. The interior of this memorial museum, set up in his last apartment, recalls the home furnished and equipped by the poet and his wife.

Aquincum Museum

The address: Szentendrei út 139, HÉV Aquincum.
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aqunicumIn the museum remains of the Civil town of the 2000-year-old Aquincum, stone monuments and Roman archaeological finds can be seen, including the reconstruction of the world-famous hydra (water-organ).
In this small museum (the affiliation of the Aquincum Museum) remains and the splendid mosaics of a Roman urban villa can be seen. Free entry.

Fire Brigade Museum

The address: Martinovics Ignácz tér 12, Bus 9, 32, 62, Tram 13, 28.
The Budapest Fire Brigade Museum (Tuzoltó Múzeum) contains not only documents about the history of the fire brigade but also a collection of rare historic fire-fighting equipment.

Hopp Museum of Eastern Asiatic Arts

The address: Andrássy út 103, Metro: M1 Bajza utca metro station.
Art of the Chinese buddhism, 10th – 19th century.
More than 20000 works of art are on view. Sculptures, paintings, devotional objects.

Kiscelli Castle Museum

The address: Kiscelli utca 108, Bus 60, 165, Tram 17.
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This section of the Kiscelli Castle building cluster was constructed in 1702, it consists of a large Baroque style vicarage and the Church Hall. Nowadays the Church Hall serves as a location for exhibitions and other programs. Just the original walls remain and the raw brick parapets create an outstanding atmosphere. Exclusive and elegant gala dinners for up to 250 persons can be organized at this very special venue.

Hungarian National Museum

The address: Múzeum körút 14-16, Metro: M2 Astoria/M3 Kálvin tér, Tram 47-49.
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nationalHNM is a history museum, collecting all the Hungary related historical relics. It was founded in 1802, when Count Ferenc Szechenyi asked Franz I., then emperor, to grant his huge Hungary related collection to the nation. Then it was decided that a new building should be elevated to be a National Museum. The construction lasted from 1837 until 1847. The building is covering almost 8000m2 and stands in the middle of a nice courtyard. The facade you “usually see” from the building is a Roman stlye portico with 8 columns. In the middle of the tympanum above the columns you can see Pannonia. Inside the staircases show the frescos of Karoly Lotz and Mor Than. The Museum, besides conserving history, also made history in the past: it was a gathering place for the starting event of the revolution in 1848-49, on the 15th of March in 1848 Sandor Petofi, famous Hungarian poet recited here the “National Song”. That is why every year on this date the center of the festivities is the garden of the Museum.

Museum of Applied Arts

The address: Üllõi út 33-37, Metro: M3 Ferenc körút, Trams 4, 6.
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appiledThis beautiful building was designed by Odön Lechner and completed in 1896. Exibitions: Textiles, Eastern carpets, French silks, needleworks, laces, medieval chasuble. Ceramics: Old porcelains from Herend and from world-famous ceramic guilds. Furnitures: Signed French furnitures from the 18th century, valuable, old musical instruments. Goldsmith works: Gold, silver, bronze, copper, metal works, including Renaissasnce and Baroque silver works of art, masterpieces of the Esterha’zy-treasury…

Museum of Music History

musicThe address: Táncsics Mihály utca 7, Bus 16.
The museum is in the Baroque surroundings of the Erdõdy Palace, showing hungarian musical instrument manufacturing in 18th – 20th century, musical life in 18th – 20th century and Hungarian folk instruments.

Statue Park (Szoborpark)

The address: Balatoni út, Bus 50.
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statueA unique experience awaits visitors to this open-air museum. On display are some of the gargantuan statues and political monuments removed from public display in the streets and squares of Budapest following the fall of Communism.

Tomb of Gül Baba

The address: Mecset utca 14, Bus 91.
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turbeBurial chapel of the muslim dervish and member of the Bektashi order who died in 1541 following the capture of Buda. Built between 1543 and 1548, the octagonal building.