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Underground Railway Museum, Budapest

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TripAdvisor
  • Saw the museum as we were walking through the Metro as we werent in a hurry we went in . Theres not a great deal to see just 3 old carriages parked at a platform on one side and various pictures and m...  more »
  • You can find this by entering the ticket at the underground station on the site. The museum is very inexpensive, but is correspondingly small. It is a single platform, the length of 3 (very old!) unde...  more »
  • Just beyond the enquiries office, this is very interesting. You can wander around, and onto the trams. They are excellently preserved and have original adverts as well as technical information about t...  more »
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  • The museum is literally underground by the subway ticket office. Very authentic and informative for the history of underground rail in Budapest. Not a huge museum but worth going if u are around. The staff is friendly. Recommended.
  • Hard to find… it is next to the main ticket office inside the station itself. Interesting, short and cheap at 350F
  • Small as others have said, but very interesting and cheap to visit, definitely worth it for the price and will teach you a few things about the Budapest subway, although mostly about the M1 line which you should also take as it is very charming and small for a subway. Don't plan on spending a lot of time here, maybe a half hour maximum, but it's still very interesting to see.
  • Small but fascinating museum! Well worth a visit.
  • Small, but very pleasant museum; worth to visit if you are interested in technology or transportation.