If you like learning about the history of a place or find communism in general interesting, you'll love memento park! If you don't, don't bother going!
The statues are great, most of them are huge and really overbaring, and I can imagine they were very intimidating in their original placements! It's also great fun mimicking the statues poses and taking pics! However, there is very little info on the plaques next to the statues, meaning you have to either purchase a guidebook for 1500 huf (around £5) or take a live guided tour for 1200 huf (around £4), which we felt was a bit much, especially when we'd just paid 3500 huf (around £11.50) each for a student ticket (a normal adult ticket and bus price is 4500 huf) for the bus to the park and the entry ticket. So it's a shame the park want more money out of you to learn more about what you've just paid to go and see anyway! But, having said that, the park is great with quite an eerie, sombre atmosphere.
The hut with the exhibition in it was also very good, but we didn't get to see it properly as the bus was leaving early, which I didn't think was great either, as we'd been told 1 and it left the park at about 12:45, due to it being cold! :-/
Go here if you want to learn about hungary's communist era, don't go just for a jolly!
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