A bit off the beaten track, this wonderful museum with surrounding Roman ruins is a train ride outside of Budapest, but well worth the ride. There are pieces of Roman acquaduct in the median of the road. the museum is quite new, and has just the right amount of material for a one-hour visit.
The water-driven organ, circa 266 AD, is fascinating. the current special exhibit looks at the finds from the point of view of the workers who uncovered or worked with them. A unique insight into the deeper meaning of the pieces.
Outside of the museum, one can walk among the many ruins looking at mosaic floors, how the houses were constructed, the drainage systems, bath heating and the like. It's quiet, peaceful, and worth the time, if you have it to spare.
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