Reasons to Recommend: Located in Budapest, the Hungarian Telephone Museum mainly displays the history of telephones in Hungary since 1881 and objects related to telephone communication. Here you can see the world's first switch.
Reasons to Recommend: The Buda Palace stands on the Castle Hill and is one of the landmark buildings in Budapest. It used to be the residence of the Hungarian royal family. At present, the central part of the palace has been transformed into the Budapest History Museum, the National Library and the National Gallery. It was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. Historical background The Buda Palace was built in 1242 on the west bank of the Danube, built by the Hungarian king to resist the invasion of the Tatars. Later, it was converted into a mosque due to the war, and it was once destroyed by fire. After being rebuilt in 1930, it suffered the catastrophe of World War II. . Architectural style The architectural style combines Baroque and Gothic styles. The palace is magnificent. The facade is supported by Greek-style Corinthian columns. for attention. Guided tour To visit the Buda Palace, you can take the cable car on the Chain Bridge, and you can enjoy the charming scenery along the way. At the entrance of the Buda Palace, there is a statue of the Turul Bird in Hungarian mythology. Legend has it that when the Hungarians came here, it was "Tulur" who flew in front and led the way. The eagle spreads its wings and flies high, holding a sword called "Attila's Sword" in both feet, which has the divine power to conquer the world. The Matthias Fountain in front of the palace is also very eye-catching. The statue at the base of the fountain shows the scene of the king leading the crowd to hunt. The carvings are very exquisite and lifelike, attracting countless tourists to stop and watch. Adjacent to the fountain is the famous horse trainer statue, which was exhibited at the 1900 Paris World's Fair, while the equestrian statue of Prince Eugen is placed on the viewing terrace on the side of the fountain. The main hall in the Buda Palace is now the National Gallery, displaying Hungarian paintings of great historical significance, including medieval and Renaissance stone carvings, Gothic wood carvings, altars and other works of art. The Budapest History Museum located in the side hall exhibits all the cultural relics unearthed in the archaeological excavations and the treasures preserved in the Buda Palace. The older collections can be traced back to 40,000 years ago. Come here, in addition to seeing the real content of the palace In addition, you can also learn about the life of the people of Budapest thousands of years ago. In addition, the bronze statue of "War and Peace" in front of the History Museum is also worth seeing. Adjacent to the Budapest History Museum is the National Library, where there are often temporary exhibitions to visit, where you can see antique books, maps, porcelain, folk art and more from thousands of years ago. After the visit, you can go to the viewing terrace in front of the main entrance of the Buda Palace. This is a good place to overlook the Hungarian Parliament Building, the Chain Bridge and the Danube River. The sunset and the scenery when the lights are on are not to be missed.
Reasons to Recommend: The Budapest Cake Museum displays a variety of wonderful artistic cakes in different shapes, some of which are famous buildings in Budapest, such as the Hungarian Parliament Building; some are scenes from the hometown of fairy tales, such as the Smurfs. These cakes are huge and even more than two meters high. Taking a walk around here is not only fun, but it will also increase your appetite. There is a famous candy store near the museum, you can try it.
Reasons to Recommend: The Hungarian National Gallery is an art gallery located in the center of Buda, the capital of Hungary, next to the Buda Palace and located in Heroes' Square. The Art Museum was established in 1957, and its collections cover all fields of Hungarian art, including the works of Hungarian artists active in Western Europe and other places from the 19th century to the 20th century. The National Gallery houses works of various periods in Hungarian history, including stone sculptures from the Middle Ages and Renaissance, late Renaissance and Baroque works, 19th and 20th century oil paintings and sculptures and other works of art. Rich and worth watching.
Reasons to Recommend: Located in Budapest, Hungary, the Aquincum Museum is a historic museum that opened to the public in 1894. The museum mainly displays the architecture of the ruins of Aquincum, divided into an outdoor part and an indoor part.
Reasons to Recommend: The Hungarian Agricultural Museum is currently the largest agricultural museum in Europe. The museum is located in a European-style castle. The designer has skillfully combined a variety of agricultural elements and used different elements to draw on the essence of many details of famous historical buildings in Hungary. part. The castle has been used as an agricultural museum since 1897 and is also used as a new millennium exhibition in Hungary. It has many uses and is a very worthwhile museum to visit.
Reasons to Recommend: Doroga Diamond Palace is the representative work of the famous Hungarian designer Hay Pollack's neoclassical architecture in Budapest. The beautiful stained glass ceiling and gorgeous atrium here are the main reasons why many people come here, and the interior of the palace is the ruins of the medieval city walls of Pest. Visitors can also watch a movie of the coronation of the Hungarian king here, and visit the Hungarian Coin and Gem Museum. Today, it is the exhibition center of Doroga Diamonds, which is open to tourists for free, and also provides services in multiple languages. Any consumption here is tax-refundable.
Reasons to Recommend: The National Museum, also known as the Hungarian National Museum, is a museum with a long history in Budapest. The grand white exterior wall and huge antique colonnade abandoned the traditional Central European style popular in Budapest. It is a museum that integrates mainstream European architectural elements. The National Museum has a large collection of historical materials and art collections about Hungary. The breathtaking ceiling painting on the stairs on the second floor is a magnificent masterpiece. .
Reasons to Recommend: The museum was established in 1986 as a former music school. Now it is open as a museum. The musical instruments, furniture, rooms, books and other valuable souvenirs used by Liszt are displayed inside. There are many exhibition items, and they are all precious and worth seeing.
Reasons to Recommend: The East Asian Art Museum mainly collects and exhibits East Asian art. Among them, the fields of art are very wide, and most of them are very beautiful and innovative, which is very interesting.
Reasons to Recommend: The Budapest Holocaust Memorial Center was funded and built by the government in 1999. The museum focuses on scientific research, education and cultural issues of the Jewish Holocaust. The museum displays a large number of Holocaust exhibits and provides Hungarian and English languages. Introduction. There is also a bookstore and a cozy café inside the museum, which is a great place to learn about Jewish history.
Reasons to Recommend: The Hungarian Natural History Museum was established in 1802 and houses the largest collection of natural history in Hungary. The types of exhibits are relatively rich, and most of them are of historical significance and very ornamental.