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Hungarian Railway Museum (Magyar Vasuttorteneti Park)

Tatai utca 95, Budapest 1142, Hungary
+36 1 450 1497
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Tired, not funcional

Nice idea, but it looked like closed, no one attraction worked apart from the kiddie railway, all... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
m00y0ng
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Jomtien Beach, Thailand
Brilliant place for kids young & old

Had some time to kill before flying back home so took a 30 minute walk from the park inn by... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Eric B
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Tatai utca 95, Budapest 1142, Hungary
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

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 ( really attractive ) locomotives from outside, nothing more....More

Thank m00y0ng
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

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 are on display outside....More

Thank Eric B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

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 of the line; take the 30 or 30A...More

Thank Kate B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Dead steam locos parked around a (working) turntable which I assume was once a roundhouse. Another roundhouse with (midweek) two working locos inside. The roundhouse has over a dozen tracks but most were inaccessible, not sure if they hold locos which may be visible at...More

Thank Canarytops
Reviewed 13 May 2017 via mobile

The museum is a little far from the city centre but it is warto visiting, especially if you travel with kids. They will love the tours on minature trains, which amazingly are run by tiny steam locomotives. Museum has a large collection of locomotives, which...More

Thank Tomasz B
Reviewed 8 May 2017

Not easy to find this since not well signposted and it took me 3 attempts to get there. Had mixed feelings about this since I went mid week and since been led to believe it is only partially open then; i.e. the exhibition halls were...More

Thank MikePl1
Reviewed 19 April 2017

You don't have to be a rail buff to enjoy it here, although if you are, it must be heaven. It is huge and you can wander pretty freely or take the model train if it's running. There is plenty to climb on and explore....More

Thank headbeeguy
Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

In a quiet semi-residential part of Budapest we found this excellent open-air museum. My kids (3 and 8) loved it - friendly staff and loads of things to see and touch and try out. Im not much of a train geek myself but still found...More

Thank Kristian H
Reviewed 11 April 2017

A good collection of Hungarian trains and rolling stock,both Steam, Diesel & Electric, most in good condition, lots to see & do, probably a 1/2 day attraction, especially if you enjoy rail museums.

Thank Paul O
Reviewed 5 April 2017

Even anybody can learn a lot about railways, if you visit this open-air museum. There are a lot of old trains, kids can even conduct a train, tehre are little trains too to ride on - it is fun and good time to spend.

Thank 545medva
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Martin S
Is the museum open in November? Info on the site suggests it closes in October, thanks
16 November 2015|
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Response from Pete_M_Budapest | Reviewed this property |
Hi Martin, the place is closed from November 1 2015 till early days of April 2016. Have a nice day.
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Joyce M
What bus do I get from vaci utca
21 June 2015|
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Response from tibizzi | Reviewed this property |
Best is to walk from Vaci Street to Vorosmarty Ter then take Metro M1 to Hosok Tere (Heroes Square). From there you can take either of the following buses of the BKV: #30 #30A or #230 to the Vasut Torteneti Park (Railway... More
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