We have been to more interesting Open-Air Museums in other countries but the Hungarian houses and displays were interesting for non-Hungarians. Each is well furnished with interesting artifacts. We spent an interesting 2 hours here but we were a little disappointed in the museum layout. We had to walk a long way between each village and so did not view the whole area. As it was not a "special" Sunday there was no train running on this day as stated in another review and there were few demonstrations. The Information Centre in town will give details of buses as it is 3 km out of Szentendre. In July 2013- Buses left the bus station near the Train Station at Bus Stop No. 7. HUF450 return. Weekdays 8.05, 10.35, 13.05, 14.05, 15.05, 16.05, 17.05. Weekends 8.05, 10.35, 12.30, 14.25, 18.25. Returning at Weekdays 10.46, 13.28, 14.28, 15.28, 16.28, 17.28. Weekends 8.17, 10.47, 14.48, 16.48, 18.48. Do not miss the bus as we could not see any other way to return to town other than walking. This museum is not recommended for the elderly or those with small children. Szentendre is a quaint village to visit and certainly worth the trip out of Budapest. We went on a Sunday so there was plenty of atmosphere. It is recommended that you go by boat and return by train. This way you are free to return when you please. The boat leaves at 10am NOT 10.30 as stated in previous review from Pest (Vigado Square) and Buda (Batthyany Square)and returns at 5pm. 2000HUF One way. 1 hour 30 mins. Train returns to Batthyany Station every 20 mins. It takes 45 mins.
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