This was another marvellous excursion, to a great museum situated in the lovely multi-style building. The richly ornate decoration of the great Grand Hall, where concerts take place, and of the sweeping staircase is most impressive.
There is a vast rich range of exhibits that vividly illustrate Hungarian rural life from pre-history to modern times. We found the marvellous artefacts and exhibits of Farm Life, such as haymaking, rakes & other implements and butter making particularly evocative. On the Sunday we were there, only a small number of visitors were present, which was great, allowing us to move unhurriedly along the displays.
We also strolled around the temporary exhibitions on the second floor, which were quite engaging.
We recommend this widespread and fascinating museum as a as a great portrayal of a country’s social development.
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