Went by public transport from Budapest - it takes a good 45 minutes the journey is interesting as you get a brief insight into how people live outside of the capital - really very much like we do. Make sure you look out for the Memento stop as it is a request stop, ask fellow Hungarian passengers to say when to get off - they really are very helpful even if they don't speak your language. From the adverts I had seen I was expecting a lot more; within 30 minutes you have seen all. There are no English explanations that would have made the visit more interesting. The chap in the entrance booth was very polite and welcoming. I asked if we could have a guide in English and he wanted to sell us a book which he said explained it all - but I didn't want to read pages and pages of info I just wanted a brief description of what we were seeing. Maybe in the tourist season they have more to offer.
If you have time to spare go and visit but if time is short don't bother. Take a drink with you as there are no catering facilities on site.
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