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The Hungarian Railway Museum traces the history of railways, from the vintage steam engines of the 1870s to present day electric engines.
The Hungarian Railway Museum traces the history of railways, from the vintage steam engines of the 1870s to present day electric engines. It exhibits different locomotives, railcars, self-powered rail cars and hand-carts, steam cranes, snow ploughs and other equipment, along with model railways. Visitors can try their hands at some of the engines as well as a realistic simulator, while kids can enjoy a joyride on the miniature rail.
The Ujpest Butterfly Museum showcases a collection of butterflies and fossils
The Rakospalotai Museum exhibits an ethnographic collection of folk art and agricultural tools
The Vajdahunyad Castle is a Hungarian Romantic castle loosely modeled after the Transylvanian Hunyad Fortress
The Millenial Monument on Heroes' Square was built in 1896 to honor Hungarian heroes on the event of the 1000th anniversary of the Magyar conquest in 895
The Kassák Museum presents the life and works of Hungarian writer and artist Lajos Kassák
The Vasarely Museum of Fine Arts presents Hungarian artist and Op-Art pioneer Victor Vasarely 's works
The Deak Ferenc Mausoleum was built in eclectic style around 1880 to commemorate the life of the eponymous Hungarian Minister of Justice
The Benczur House was built in 1886 as the residence of Andreas Saxlehner, owner of Hungarian Bitter Water Company