Aquincum Museum is actually a pretty cool Roman site. Getting there was not too problematic, despite lack of English guidance on subway and HEV. The problem is that there isn't any specific directions once you get off train. We were waylaid by the ruins close to station. One would think that after all the years of review on Aquincum that the townspeople could have put up one sign pointing the direction of ruins. The museum has limited exhibits. Outside, the Painters House was really well put together. If they had funding, they should put up more displays of this nature. Overall a good day trip, it was a tossup going to Aquincum or to the Natural History museum. If you are all museumed out, it is a nice alternative if you like Roman history and old ruins. Nice little shopping mall across the tracks, good for lunch and refreshment stops.
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