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Miniversum Budapest, Budapest

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Specialty Museum Museum
View miniature models of famous landmarks and representations of daily life from across Hungary, Austria, and Germany, at Miniversum Budapest. Each model is scaled to 1:100 of its original size, and rich with realistic details that will impress both newcomers and miniature lovers alike. Compare the models to the rea- life versions with the interactive screens showing original photos of the sight. Tour the control room with its large monitor wall to see how the operations of the entire exhibit are controlled. For children, stop by the playhouse and take part in a variety of creative activities, suitable for all ages. Book tickets in advance online to guarantee your entry. To visit Miniversum Budapest on your trip to Budapest, use our Budapest vacation builder.
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  • This is a great little stop if your a fan of 'mini' worlds, train sets and/or buttons. its a massive room with a mini version of Budapest, then a few other spaces dedicated to other 'mini' worlds. The...  more »
  • This is not an atraction for everyone, it is ideally suited for model train and car fans and children. The whole execution is outstanding, every detail is amazing, the fruit obsessive care and achievi...  more »
  • We did this at the last minute the night before we left Budapest and are so glad we did. A very interactive and realistic display which is laid out well. You get a good idea of the history of Budapest...  more »
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  • Great set of miniature displays. Brings out your inner child :-) Staff is very friendly. From a modelling point of view the original budapest iconic buildings and streets are very good although the buildings look a bit to 'clean' (the weathering of the buildings, scenery and rolling stock could be improved)
  • A fantastic and detailed set of dioramas and railway setups. The life under communism displays are informative and enjoyable. The number of easter eggs and little stories hidden throughout is incredible. Anyone interested in detailed and high effort creations would enjoy this.
  • If you enjoy model trains or miniatures then this is a great place to visit. The displays are very large and even include items from Hungary's recent history. They also have interactive elements with buttons that trigger lights or vehicles.
  • Went there because it had many good reviews. Personally, I thought that all of those posts have to be exaggeration, but was extremely surprised and happy when I found out they aren't. The staff was nice and helpful. The models were really made in depth and with love, and the facility itself was clean and tidy. Also, loved the historic connections with models, and lores about cool historic places. Would recommend to absolutely everyone, no matter the age.
  • Wonderful fun for the whole family. We visited with our 3-year-old son and we spent more then two hours playing and hunting for small details in scenes.