This museum was an absolute treasure trove. I went back two days in a row because the exhibits of life in Hungary, both in the villages and city life, through the ages were so well done. I feel a tourist can only begin to understand a country if one understands the history of how the people lived. The museum does a fabulous job of bringing this to life. The exhibits include national costumes, farming, city life, childhood, religious ceremonies,and
weaving and crafts. They are very well presented. The museum has a really lovely gift shop with some (I wish there had been more) crafts by Hungarian crafts people, along with great postcards, and books. There is a tiny basement café with a limited menu. There is also a inter-active map at the entrance which helps one find all the exhibits.
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