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Museum of Applied Arts

89
TripExpert Score based on reviews in 5 publications
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Top 1% in Budapest About the TripExpert Score

5 expert recommendations

6

Fodor's

The templelike structure is a shrine to Hungarian Art Nouveau, and in front of it, drawing pen in hand, sits a statue of its creator, Hungarian architect Ödön Lechner. Full review →

1

Frommer's 34

You have to see this building and not just from the outside. Even if you are not interested in the collections, walk into the lobby and take a peak. Full review →

  Be sure to also seek out some of Lechner's other buildings in Budapest, such as the colorful former Postal Savings Bank (V.
2

Lonely Planet Tick Top Choice

The Museum of Applied Arts, whose central hall of white marble was supposedly modelled on the Alhambra in southern Spain. Full review →

11

Michelin Guide 54

This building is another one that is inescapable. Full review →

65

On the Grid

Built in 1896, the Museum of Applied Arts is the most wonderful example of Hungarian Art Nouveau Full review →

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