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To be honest this place is not as i "expected". It was terrible, not human what nacist did in the past, but in this place is not so terrible. Of course, after leaving you have this sad and disappointed feeling, you think how someone could...More
This museum close to Oktogon square shows the history of the dictatorships that took place in the country, Soviet and Nazism. In the museum different scenarios are represented, with a lot of video and audio witnesses. The visit is not that long and totally worthy.
There wasn't a long wait when we came here, only three people in front of us. Come early during the weekdays to avoid crowding.
The museum was amazing, very moving. We spent around 2 hours walking around it.
The only thing I would change was...More
Most crucial complaint it’s so damn hot inside with no air moving.
3000HUF for a ticket with very little explanation in each room for none Hungarian speakers.
The audio guide was probably necessary but we were not told while purchasing tickets - only told that...More
A fascinating place to visit! This is a must do if visiting Budapest. Spend as long as you like here - there is a lot to take in and learn about Budapest’s past. I knew nothing about Hungarian history so this was a real eye...More
Response from Tupelo010835 | Reviewed this property |
We got there on a weekday about 11 and waited about 45 minutes outside then another 20 inside. Can't speak to other times.
In retrospect, our time would have been better spent at the ice cream place across the street!