I somewhat admire the people who designed the museum... Aesthetically, the museum and its displays are very pleasing, being modern and arriving easily at creating an air of tension, of shock or of discomfort. The issue is that it is lacking the fluidity and ease of learning that such a highly esteemed museum needs. It feels like it was created by a group of interior designers rather than historians and curators. There are impressively decorated rooms with what seems like heavy symbolism that completely lack explanation, and others provide A4 sheets (in only English or Hungarian) covered in very dense 12-point-font information that is, honestly, tiring after the first few rooms.
I found this museum very hard to enjoy. It was only ~8€, so it wasn't exactly a waste of time or money, but I was definitely expecting more.
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