Hungarian Museum of Trade & Tourism
Thermae Maiores Baths Museum
Built in the 2nd century AD for the Roman garrisons stationed at Aquincum, these baths featured a gymnastics hall, sweat rooms and hot...
Next to the landmark Aquincum Hotel, the Óbuda Synagogue was built in 1821. For many years it housed Hungarian TV (MTV) sound studios...
Anchor tenant of the Zichy Mansion, where you’ll also find the Vasarely Museum, but with its own entrance on Fő tér, this museum...
This very intimate venue in Óbuda takes its music very seriously and hosts recitals and some chamber orchestras. Highly recommended.
Self-consciously rustic, Kéhli has some of the best traditional Hungarian food in town. One of Hungary’s best-loved writers, the...
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Hungarian Museum of Trade & Tourism information
One of our favourite small museums in Budapest, this unusual one looks at the catering and hospitality trade, with restaurant items, tableware, advertising posters, packaging and original shop signs. Go upstairs for an intimate look at the lives of various tradespeople – from bakers and publicans to launderers. The lovely cafe is lit by antique lamps. A gem.