We where just walking by and noticed the Museum. A small museum but a very nice one and well organized. It is worth a visit.
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This was a first time because we were invited to a guided tour of textiles from South-East Asia. The art exhibition was interesting with nice and curiosity pieces, but the museum itself is very small and was not enough air for the amount of people....More
The Asian museum is located about halfway up Andrasy street towards Heroes' square. The museum is closed Mondays and open Tues - Sun from 10AM - 6PM. The library is open Tues/Weds from 10AM - 3PM. There are various permanent and temporary exhibits.
Some very interesting photos from the past. I only went because by hotel was nearby and I had the Budapest card and entrance was included. I enjoyed seeing the building it was in since it was probably an old house and that was somewhat interesting.
I've never read the tale of genji, Japan's most famous literary set of poems. It was hard for me to follow the references to this tale of genji at the temp exhibit on Heido Period. I do like the interactive games in the exhibit such...More
The description of the Museum says that there are 20.000 objects from a range of Asian Countries to be seen. Reality in May 2015: Two tiny rooms with a temporary exhibition of some Hungarian travelling to India. That was not what we expected at all....More
It should be a museum of oriental art, but it's almost empty. They are restoring the outside so you can't even go there. We went just because we had the Budapest Card so it was free, but really in 10 minutes we were outside.
We received a discount at the entrance, and the museum was still not worth the little money that we paid. It has two small rooms with some theater puppets. The other part consisted of an artist's works, which I really didn't get and mostly didn't...More
This is a museum that is meant to house the Japanese and Ottoman collections. I was told when I came in that this was correct. I paid, went in. Apart from three indonesian puppets in one small room, nothing else. I came back down and...More