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House of Hungarian Art Nouveau

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Honved u 3, Budapest 1054, Hungary
District V / Inner City
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

While this museum was a bit like a stroll through an antique furniture shop, there were enough fab finds to delight. A piano guests are welcome to play, a harmonium in fabulous condition (but not playable, unfortunately), a collection of stunning decorative pipes, and some...More

Thank Elaine B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This collection of bits calling itself a museum is an overpriced exhibit. Not worth the money - stay away!

Thank Donald M
Reviewed July 31, 2018

Ok, so it is not Gaudi, but it is reminiscent and a fine example, among many in Budapest, of art nouveau architecture. I thought it WAS worth paying a little sum to see the three floors full of art nouveau furnishings. But I like that...More

Thank KerryR1264
Reviewed July 12, 2018 via mobile

If you like to admire beautiful architecture, or specifically Art Nouveau style, this is worth taking a stroll past during your visit. I didn’t go into the museum.

Thank Sonya S
Reviewed July 9, 2018 via mobile

Information page on their website says the museum is closed on Sunday. We were quite disappointed to came there and see it was also closed on Monday. If you have a website, you should put some current information there not to confuse tourists

Thank eZimowski
Reviewed July 6, 2018

The building and the exhibits are prime examples of Hungarian art nouveau, you shouldn't miss it if you're into this period or art in general. I was especially impressed by the furniture and chandeliers. However, a huge minus is that the exhibits are unlabelled, there...More

Thank LPalffy
Reviewed June 27, 2018

When you see House of Hungarian Art Nouveau from outside, you tend to have an idea of a structured museum, however once you step in you realize the items in the museum are placed around the floors like they are sold in used items shop....More

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Reviewed May 25, 2018 via mobile

A couple of floors of interesting furniture thrown together like in a junk shop does not justify the significant entry fee. You would really have to love art nouveau furniture to enjoy this.

Thank DCML2
Reviewed May 21, 2018

During the restoration of the Budapest Museum of Applied Arts (Budapest's main Secession Museum) this is one of a very few places still open. It is a small informal show of period furniture and a café. More of a showcase than a museum, there are...More

1  Thank PAlger
Reviewed March 30, 2018

Nice cafe between the Bazilika and the Parliament. It's at the same time a nice cafe where to enjoy a coffee and a nice piece of cake and also a good example of art nouveau. It's worth a visit.

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Response from BackpackerNoMore62 | Reviewed this property |
The public transport system in Budapest is excellent. If you can't easily walk there, take the Metro or the tram. The Gresham Palace Hotel is within walking distance of the Bedo Haz, and you can easily reach the Gellert... More
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