The Budapest Museum of History, located on the Castle Hill of Budapest, is part of the Budapest Palace complex. It is said that Hungarian sculptures are displayed in it. I didn't go in to visit it, but the periphery of the Museum of History is a very beautiful building, and there are some sculptures to visit outside.
The Budapest Museum of History occupies the southernmost part of the palace complex. It shows the historical evolution of Budapest and its surrounding areas. From the founding of the Mazar people to the transition of democracy, the whole history is included. It is worth mentioning that when visiting the museum interior, visitors can also see the historical remains of the palace, such as the foundation, basement, chapel and so on. The exhibits are embellished in the interior, and the layout is even more interesting than the museum collections.
When you go to a city, you must visit the local museums and learn about their history and culture. The Budapest Museum of History is connected to the Palace of Buda. It displays many famous paintings and sculptures from the 15th century to modern times. It is recommended to visit.
The History Museum is on the hill of Castle Hill. The hill is so small that some tourists can walk up it on foot while they are tied up to make track mountaineers. Walking slowly is basically no need to breathe in the museum collection is relatively rich, in which it takes more than two hours to wander around casually.
The History Museum is on the side of Castle Hill and in the palace. History Museum exhibition is very rich, need tickets, credit card can be swiped, VISA okay, on-site tickets do not need to be booked, after buying tickets, you can deposit your belongings, go up and visit, there is a negative floor, the highest seems to be the third floor, things are still quite many, it is worth walking!
Great museum! You can wander around for hours, but its also Great for a quick visit.
The Budapest Museum of History provides an introduction to Budapest's history from its beginning to modern times. It displays cultural relics unearthed in Budapest, objects, utensils, weapons used in various historical periods, and even restores part of the medieval palace, including the Royal Church and the ribbed Gothic hall.
Before departure, Hungary had no history, but just a look at the capital. Today, I visited the History Museum. Whether natural history or social history is far different from what I think. As a financial officer, I dare not casually reproduce all the data involved, and I did not take notes, so people interested in it personally. All the three-storey museums will look very hard, especially when there are a lot of English shocks.