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This wild neo-classical building stood practically as a counterpart to the Parliament building. Full review →
The central room of the building alone is worth the entrance fee: a majestic hall with ornate marble staircases and pillars, and towering stained-glass windows. Full review →
One of the largest specialist museums in Europe, it contains more than 139,000 Hungarian and 53,000 international art objects. Full review →
Visitors are offered an easy introduction to traditional Hungarian life at this sprawling museum opposite Parliament with thousands of displays in 13 rooms on the 1st floor. Full review →
Provides a good insight into the rural world from the 18C to the start of the 20C, before the Treaty of Trianon. Full review →