The garden can be visited for free, and it is a nice place to sit and rest for a while with a small waterfall, carp in the pond, etc. There are some chairs and it not clear whether you can sit in those chairs for free or you have to order something. In any case, if you don't feel like ordering something, there are rocks to sit on.
The only thing we didn't like was the 13% service charge which was tacked on; 10% is customary. It would also be nice, if they would bring a napkin with the tea as we had to use our own.
We didn't visit the museum though as it was too expensive at 3500 forints. But if you are a student, teacher, member of the press, it is half price.
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