These are the best museums in Hungary:
Hospital in the Rock Nuclear Bunker MuseumBudapestThe Hospital in the Rock in Budapest is a hospital-turned-memorial that serves as a grim reminder of the horrors of the war and of the suffering it brings upon the people. It was first opened in 1944 to serve as a hospital for wounded Hungarian civilians who were injured during airstrikes and, event
Budapest Zoo and Botanical GardenBudapestThe Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden has a history dating back to the 19th century. It is one of the oldest zoos in the world, as well as the oldest zoo in Hungary. The zoo spans an area of over 18 hectares of land and it is home to more than a thousand different animal species. It is located withi
Budapest Pinball MuseumBudapestThe Budapest Pinball Museum is a museum in the capital of Hungary that is solely dedicated to pinball. Visitors are allowed to try out all of the objects on display.
House of Terror MuseumBudapestThe House of Terror Museum is a museum in Budapest that documents the grim legacy of the fascist and communist regimes, which have plundered Hungary in the past. It also serves as a memorial to the victims of these regimes, including the unfortunate souls, who lost their lives within the building it
Holocaust Memorial CenterBudapestThe Holocaust Memorial Center is a renovated synagogue and museum in Budapest that dates back to the 20s and is devoted to Hungarian Jews that were killed in The Holocaust. Furthermore, the museum also mentions the discrimination and killings of Gypsies, homosexuals, and the disabled.
Hungarian National MuseumBudapestThe Hungarian National Museum is a historical museum that is the oldest of its kind in Hungary. The museum documents the history of Hungary from the prehistoric age till the modern era. The museum has a number of permanent exhibitions on display, which explain the history of Hungary in a chronologic
Hungarian National GalleryBudapestThe Hungarian National Gallery is a museum in Budapest that is housed in the Buda Castle and was established in 1957 as the national art museum. The museum holds and displays a collection that includes Medieval, Renaissance, Gothic art, and Baroque Hungarian art, as well as wood altars from the 15th
Hungarian Jewish Museum and ArchivesBudapestThe Hungarian Jewish Museum and Archives first opened in 1916 and features a collection of Jewish artefacts from all across Hungary. It tells the tale of the Jewish people, of their religion, and traditions. The museum has survived the Nazi rule over Hungary, and was reopened again in 1947. It is co
Tropicarium - OceanariumBudapestThe Tropicarium - Oceanarium is something between an aquarium and a zoo where visitors can explore a tropical rainforest as well as huge tanks with sharks (including an underwater tunnel) and exotic fish. The Tropicarium - Oceanarium is located in a shopping center.
Robert Capa Contemporary Photography CenterBudapestThe Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center is a museum and art gallery in Budapest that houses the greatest surviving collection of the world-famous Hungarian photographer Robert Capa. Capa was a Hungarian war photographer and photojournalist and is by some considered to be the greatest combat
Zwack Museum and Visitor CenterBudapestThe Zwack Museum and Visitor Center tells the story of Zwack Unicum, an aperitif made from 40 herbs and spices as well as the family responsible for it. Two centuries ago royal physician to the Habsburg Emperor Dr. Zwack invented the bitter drink. Furthermore, the museum and visitor centre holds a c
Victor Vasarely MuseumBudapestThe Vasarely Museum, affiliated to the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest, is holding the largest and most comprehensive collection of Victor Vasarely's body of work outside of France. The permanent exhibition of Vasarely's works is based on his artistic development, which is showcased in a chronologi
Hungarian Railway MuseumBudapestThe Hungarian Railway Museum or Hungarian Railway History Park is a railway museum and park in Budapest located at a former railway station and workshop of the Hungarian State Railways. The park covers more than 70,000 square meters and features all kinds of railway equipment, such as passenger cars
Museum of Military HistoryBudapestThe Military History Museum (Museum of Military History) is a museum in Budapest that holds and displays a collection of historical weapons, uniforms, flags, maps and objects from the time of the Turkish wars, from the 16th century to the modern age. The museum's weapons collection alone now contain
Museum of Hungarian AgricultureBudapestThe Museum of Hungarian Agriculture (The Hungarian Agricultural Museum) is a museum in Budapest that is housed in the Vajdahunyad Castle in Budapest. Its collection aims to present the history of Hungarian agriculture.
Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary ArtBudapestThe Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art collects international and Hungarian art, and displays artworks from the past 50 years that have been collected by Peter and Irene Ludwig.
Museum of EthnographyBudapestThe Ethnographic Museum is a national museum in Budapest that is housed in a building that was originally built by Alajos Hauszmann for the Ministry of Justice. The Museum of Ethnography holds a collection that comprises around 200,000 items, 140,000 Hungarian and 60,000 foreign. In addition to trad
Liszt Ferenc Memorial MuseumBudapestThe Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum is a museum in Budapest dedicated to Liszt Ferenc (Franz Liszt), a Hungarian composer, virtuoso pianist, conductor, music teacher, arranger and organist of the Romantic era. In the museum visitors can learn about his life and work which displays his belongings, music
Underground Railway MuseumBudapestThe Underground Railway Museum, also sometimes called the Millennium Museum is a museum in Budapest that is dedicated to the history of Budapest's underground. The museum was opened in 1975 and is located within the Deák Ferenc tér metro station. Inside the museum, a station was recreated in style o
Palace of WondersBudapestThe Palace of Wonders, also known as the Center of Scientific wonders aims to show the beauty of science and technology to the general public. Highlights are the 9D and 5D movies, and its magnetic field. Since 2017, the Palace of Wonders has a 5000 m2 scientific entertainment center with over 250 ga
Hungarian Natural History MuseumBudapestThe Hungarian Natural History Museum (The Hungarian Museum of Natural Sciences, MTTM or NHMUS) is a natural history museum in Budapest. Founded in 1802, the museum is Europe's third-oldest natural history museum, and with its approximately 10 million exhibits is also considered one of its largest. T
Hall of ArtBudapestThe Hall of Art in Budapest is an exhibition building on Budapest's Heroes' Square, built to the design of the architects Albert Schickedanz and Fülöp Herczog and inaugurated in December 1895. Opposite the Kunsthalle is the Museum of Fine Arts (Szépművészeti Múzeum), designed by the same team of arc
Semmelweis Museum of Medical HistoryBudapestSemmelweis Museum of Medical History (The Semmelweis Medical Museum) is a museum in Budapest housed in the house where Dr. Semmelwies was born in. Semmelweis was a Hungarian physician of ethnic-German ancestry, now known as an early pioneer of antiseptic procedures. With its collection of medical to
Budakeszi Wildlife ParkBudapest
House of Hungarian Art NouveauBudapestThe House of Hungarian Art Nouveau is an Art Noveau mansion in Budapest that showcases the bourgeoise past of Budapest.
Golden Eagle Pharmacy MuseumBudapestThe Golden Eagle Pharmacy Museum is a museum in Budapest that features a reconstruction of an alchemist's lab, as well as original Renaissance and Baroque pharmaceutics. There are also always new temporary exhibitions taking place in addition to the permanent one.
Kiscell MuseumBudapestThe Kiscell Museum is a museum in Budapest that is dedicated to the city: its art, its schools, its fashion. Anything and everything that helps form the unique genius loci of the place.
Museum of Music HistoryBudapestThe Museum of Music History is a museum in Budapest that collects and displays objects related to Hungarian and European music history, including manuscripts, letters, photographs, musical instruments, and legacies of famous composers and musicians.
Roth Miksa Memorial HouseBudapestThe Roth Miksa Memorial House in Budapest was the home of Róth Miksa, the internationally well-known Hungarian mosaicist and stain glass artist responsible for making mosaic and stained glass prominent art forms in Hungarian art.
Hungarian Museum of Trade and TourismBudapestThe Hungarian Museum of Trade and Tourism is a museum in Budapest that holds a collection of approximately 60 000 pieces, which can be categorized into three main thematic groups: certificates and documents in the archives, business materials, and various promotional materials.
Varfok GalleryBudapestThe Várfok Gallery is a gellary in Budapest that is one of the first private galleries specializing in contemporary art. Its aim is to represent well-known Hungarian and foreign known artists as well as new and young artists, organize exhibitions and organize guided tours.
Foundry MuseumBudapestThe Foundry Museum (Öntödei Múzeum) is a museum in Budapest. It is a branch museum of the Hungarian Museum of Technology and Transport. The Foundry Museum features several permanent exhibitions, including: The original Ganz factory's crumbs equipment, Memories of the life of Ganz Abraham, Domestic m
Fairy Tale MuseumBudapestThe Fairy Tale Museum (Mesemúzeum) in Budapest features a visitor space that is home to theatre, shadow and puppet shows created or enjoyed by the children; drama coaching and creative workshops are also held here. These are orientated towards a visual approach to fairytales (drawing, painting, pupp
Petőfi Literary MuseumBudapestThe Petőfi Literary Museum (Petofi Literary Museum) is a museum in Budapest named after Sándor Petőfi who was a Hungarian poet and liberal revolutionary and is considered Hungary's national poet. He was one of the key figures of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848. The museum aims to promote classical
Kassák MuseumBudapestThe Lajos Kassák Memorial Museum (Kassák Museum) is a museum in Budapest that is devoted to the Hungarian poet, novelist, painter, essayist, editor, theoretician of the avant-garde, and occasional translator Lajos Kassák. The museums exhibits his literary and fine art work in a permanent exhibition
Galeria CentralisBudapestThe Galeria Centralis is both an integral part and an extension of the Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives. The exhibition hall provides additional space for reflection on the nature of the archive and the documents, bringing into question the relationship between the past and the present,
Nagytétény Castle MuseumBudapestNagytétény Palace or Száraz-Rudnyánszky Palace is the furniture museum of the Museum of Applied Arts in Budapest. The Nagytétény Castle Museum features an applied arts exhibition with artifacts of Hungarian and foreign furniture-making in a historical context with contemporary carpets, stoves and ce
Geological MuseumBudapestThe Geological Museum in Budapest is a museum that hosts exhibitions related to Geology.
Ady Endre EmlékmúzeumBudapestThe Ady Endre Emlékmúzeum is a museum in Budapest that is dedicated to the turn-of-the-century Hungarian poet and journalist Endre Ady. The museum exhibits objects related to him.
TIT Budapesti PlanetáriumBudapestThe TIT Budapesti Planetarium is a planetarium in Budapest. The planetarium building features a circular dome with a diameter of 23 meters. It has a size of 1000 square meters.
Zoltán Kodály Memorial Museum and ArchivesBudapestThe Zoltán Kodály Museum is a museum in Budapest that is dedicated to one of the most important Hungarian composers of the 20th century. The museum was opened in 1990 and occupies the place where the musician lived and worked from 1924 until his death in 1967. The museum contains three rooms preserv
Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic ArtsBudapestThe Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts is a musuem in Budapest that showcases the beauty of Asian art and culture. The museum was founded in 1919 by Ferenc Hopp, after whom it is named. Hopp was a travelling enthusiast, who brought with him from his journeys many magnificent Asian works of art. The
Imre Varga CollectionBudapestThe Imre Varga Collection is a museum that is dedicated to the renowned Hungariansculptor, painter, designer and graphic artist Imre Varga. The musuem holds and displays a collection of his sketches, work materials and statues.
Postal MuseumBudapestThe Postal Museum (Post Museum) in Budapest holds a collection that started in 1881 from the inventory of the National Finance Office and the Central Telegraph Storage, consisting mostly of items related to telegraph history. Later the collection got expanded with postal related objects, telephone r
Postal Stamp MuseumBudapestThe Postal Stamp Museum is a musuem in Budapest that was opened to the public in 1930, on the ninth floor of the building of General Postal Direction on Krisztina Road, but was later moved to the newly completed post office in the 7th district, designed by Gyula Rimanóczy, in 1939. The exhibition ha
House of Royal Wines and Cellar MuseumBudapest
Customs and Tax History MuseumBudapestThe Customs and Tax History Museum is a musuem in Budapest that hosts 2 permanent exhibitions: the Hungarian Financial Guard Historical Exhibition and the Hungarian Tax History Exhibition. The former presents the history of Customs and Finance Guard and its predecessors in chronological order. The l