The Police History Museum traces the history and development of the Hungarian police force from 1848 to the present day, showcasing uniforms, weapons, badges, documents, instruments, sculptures, medals, and photos related to law enforcement

  Loading
Relevance Price Price Rating

Showing 1 to 2 of 2 Offers

Budapest Walking Tour: Crime and History in Buda Castle

  1 Reviews

 2 hours

$31

This two hour walking tour will take you on a spiral down to the underworld of the Castle District...

SEE IT

Offered by Viator

Bike and Investigate in Budapest: 3-Hour Mystery Tour

  No Reviews

 3 hour

$35

See Budapest on a bike tour with a twist. Investigate a crime in this mystery game as you discover the sights of the cit...

SEE IT

Offered by Get Your Guide

Museum of Police History, Budapest

The Police History Museum traces the history and development of the Hungarian police force from 1848 to the present day, showcasing uniforms, weapons, badges, documents, instruments, sculptures, medals, and photos related to law enforcement.

The Police History Museum traces the history and development of the Hungarian police force from 1848 to the present day, showcasing uniforms, weapons, badges, documents, instruments, sculptures, medals, and photos related to law enforcement. It also sheds light on historical crimes through photos of various murder cases in Hungary.


Hours

Sun

NA

Mon

NA

Tue

9:00

17:00

Wed

9:00

17:00

Thu

9:00

17:00

Fri

9:00

17:00

Sat

NA

About Museum of Police History

 Budapest, Mosonyi u. 5, 1087 Hungary

 +36 1 477 2183

 [email protected]

 www.policehistorymus.com

Museum of Police History and Nearby Sights on Map

Hungarian Oil and Gas Museum

The Oil and Gas Museum explores the Hungarian oil and natural gas industry's past and development

Ganz Abraham Mausoleum

The Ganz Abraham Mausoleum in Kerepesi Cemetery commemorates the life of Hungarian engineer and industrialist Ganz

Kossuth Lajos Mausoleum

The Kossuth Lajos Mausoleum was built in eclectic style by Gerster Kálmán between 1903-'09 to hold the mortal remains of the former Governor-President of the Kingdom of Hungary Lajos Kossuth de Udvard et Kossuthfalva

Deák Ferenc Mausoleum

The Deak Ferenc Mausoleum was built in eclectic style around 1880 to commemorate the life of the eponymous Hungarian Minister of Justice

Boscolo Budapest Hotel

Formerly known as The New York Palace, the Boscolo Budapest is a grand building in typical Hungarian eclectic style

Museum of Witchcraft

The Museum of Witchcraft explores the world of dark magic and withcraft

Vajdahunyad Castle

The Vajdahunyad Castle is a Hungarian Romantic castle loosely modeled after the Transylvanian Hunyad Fortress

Benczur House

The Benczur House was built in 1886 as the residence of Andreas Saxlehner, owner of Hungarian Bitter Water Company

Hungarian Electrical Engineering Museum

The Elektrotechnikai Múzeum showcases electrical devices and household electrical equipment, along with exhibits on the electrification of the railway system and different lighting systems

Szechenyi Thermal Bath