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Hungarian Railway Museum, Budapest

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Take a joy ride on a miniature locomotive at Hungarian Railway Museum, housing an impressive collection that includes steam engines, hand-powered cars, and a turntable which moves once every hour. Taking a tour will be fun for both adults and children, since the mostly outdoor museum offers rides on a horse-drawn tram and boasts a dining car built for the Orient Express. Use our Budapest itinerary planner to visit Hungarian Railway Museum on your trip to Budapest, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Nice idea, but it looked like closed, no one attraction worked apart from the kiddie railway, all locomotives / trains... everything was closed from the public. All you can do is to watch a few dozens...  more »
  • Had some time to kill before flying back home so took a 30 minute walk from the park inn by Radisson hotel and was really glad I did. There are lots of exhibits on show and the vast majority of them a...  more »
  • Found out about this out-of-the-way attraction in a magazine in our hotel lobby. I got the location and direction from the website and we had no problem getting there - take the blue subway to the end...  more »
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  • Railway museum, targeted mostly at families with kids. Some of the stuff is deteriorated, while some works great (a small garden train you can ride across the whole place, for example). Very small amount of written information in English, but the staff speaks English. The best thing there, the ability to drive your own train locomotive, is available only on weekends.
  • Recommended museum for the turists.
  • Interesting exhibition.
  • He felt very well for the whole family. I recommend it to everyone who wants to get to know a little more about the past, present future of the railways.
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  • Who is a little érdekőodik who in the railways required to see this museum. A great experience for kids.
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