Hungarian National Museum

Museum offering a complete look at Hungarian history from the middle ages to the present moment.

About this place

As its name suggests, the Hungarian National Museum is the country’s museum for Hungarian history, art, architecture and archeology. The museum presents Hungary’s history from the middles ages though communism and into independence. Entry is inexpensive (it's free with a Budapest card), and its packed with more than can be seen in a single visit. Highlights include Beethoven’s favorite harpsichord, a bone saddle owned by Dracula, and the crown of Constantine IX Monomachos.

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Tue - Sun: 10:00 - 18:00


Múzeum körút 14-16.
1088 Budapest
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+36 1 327 7700

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