This museum is very big, there are many collections, there are many cultural relics here, you can understand the story behind it, this museum is like an exhibition hall, many girders are very beautiful and exquisite.
Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is on the Danube River and is the political, administrative, industrial and commercial center of Hungary. Since prehistoric times, there have been constant settlements here. The Budapest History Museum traces city life since Roman times.
The history museum is on the castle hill side, in the palace location. The history museum is very rich, need tickets, you can use your credit card, VISA is ok, you need not book tickets on site, you can store your belongings after buying tickets, go up to visit, there is a negative floor, the highest seems to be the 3rd floor, there are quite a lot of things, worth a walk!
The history museum is on the hill of Castle Hill. The hill is short and some tourists crouching to do track mountaineering, but it is possible to walk up the hill. The museum is rich in its collections, which are basically no need to breathe. It takes more than two hours to stroll around.
The Budapest History Museum, located on the Castle Hill in Budapest, is part of the Buda Palace complex. It is said that it displays various sculptures from Hungary. I didn't go in for a visit, but outside the History Museum is a very beautiful building, and there are some sculptures outside for viewing.
Great museum! You can wander around for hours, but its also Great for a quick visit.
Have time to enjoy it, hahaha, let’s enjoy it together
The Budapest History Museum, which occupies the southernmost part of the palace complex, shows the historical evolution of Budapest and its surroundings, from the founding of the Mazars to the transition to democracy. It is worth mentioning that when visiting the interior, visitors can also see the historical remains of the palace, such as the foundation, the basement, the chapel, etc., the exhibits are decorated and the layout is even more interesting than the museum's collection.