If you’re looking for a really good overview of the history of Hungary, this is the place! Although it says Agriculture Museum, it is much more than that. The timeline of Hungary (going back to the first settlement in the stone ages) was so informative and interesting without being too much information to take on board and much better than the one at Buda Castle; which focuses more on the history of the castle rather than the people. The actual agricultural section, laid out throughout the castle in the City Park, was better than expected but a little bit niche and the upstairs housed a record breaking amount of deer trophies and other taxidermied animals. This was personally not for me but the building was beautiful and the park around it was lovely. The museum also had a cellar in which the wine making process through the ages was explained. Seeing the machinery was lovely and it was very interesting to look at however the information did not have translated plaques in this section.
I think it is worth the visit solely for the history and visuals and would say to go.