I've been here 2 years ago and found the museum really interesting, although seemed like the owner didn't pay much attention to foreign visitors. Well, my opinion hasn't changed at all. The rooms are very well displayed, doesn't look like a regular museum. Very interesting the way they organized everything. However, most objects and everything that is written on the walls (what makes the museum so unique) is in Hungarian with no translation. The only way you can understand what you are seeing is through these long paragraphs in A4 papers placed in each room, which at some point you get tired of reading - felt like I was in high school again, studying for an exam. I'm sure foreigners could have a better experience if it wasn't for that. Anyhow, do your homework before going and study a little about Hungarian history between WWI and 1956 - it will make your visit more fruitful.
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