History Museum is on Castle Hill and covers
Budapest’s history from the Turks to the present.
I, Disz Ter 17, Wing E of the Royal Palace.
Hungarian National Gallery (Magyar
Nemzeti Galeria) is a cross section of Hungarian Art
from 12th Century to the present. I. Szent Gyorgy
Ter, Wing B, C, and D in the Royal Palace.
Museum of Contemporary Art exhibits
modern art from all over the world. I. Szent Gyorgy
Ter, The Royal Palace, Wing A
Underground Railway Museum where
you can see two old carriages on an original stretch
of line. V. Deak Ter Metro Station.
The National Museum illustrates
Hungary’s history across the ages. VIII. Muzeum
Franz Liszt Museum shows the composer’s
personal effects in the house he lived in. VI. Vorosmarty
Museum of Fine Arts Art Collection.
XIV. Hosok Tere.
Jewish Museum in the Great Synagogue
with relics from the 18th and 19th Century including
the Holocaust in Hungary. VII Dohany U 2.
Statue Park is a “museum”
of deposed Communist statues, memorabilia and monuments.
XXII. Balatoni U. Take the red numbered bus 7-173
from Ferenciek Tere, then the M3 to the terminus at
Etele Ter, and then a Volan bus to Diosd-Erd from
gate 2 or 3.