You must visit this place on a trip to Budapest. The museum is fascinating and details what life was like for the residents of Budapest during WW2 and the nazi regime. You walk around a series of rooms and collect A4 pieces of paper which detail the story of the room. I collected all the papers and saved them in my travel diary. The museum is located near a metro station however the city hop on hop off tours stop on the other side of the road so you can get on and off to visit this place. i would recommend about 2 hours here and there is also a tea room. EU passport holders also get a discount entry fee, i travelled with my friend who holds a NZ passport and she was a little bit annoyed that she couldn't get the EU discount like i did but nonetheless the price was reasonable for such a good post war museum. I did have to surrender my rucksack at the cloakroom - no idea why, others carried small bags about. maybe it was so i wouldnt take out a stand inside the museum or whack someone accidentally with it. The cloakroom was staffed though. Overall a brilliant place to learn about the sufferings of Hungarian people during the war, one of the better museums i have visited. Would go back again with friends.
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