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This Beautiful Chamber was destroyed in the second world war,now after 70th
years is rebuilted.decorative painting on dhe wall,grandious pillarsarround,heraldics
and figurativ.element on the wall The other part of the museum will be open in
I chose to go to the museum of applied arts before the national museum primarily because of the building in which it is housed. The building is indeed great and worth a visit by itself. However, the collection, at least whilst I was there, was...More
Honestly for anyone appreciating architecture and the applied arts, this is a gem of a museum! The permanent collection was organized by "date of acquisition" making it even more interesting - full of unexpected treasures (my husband was blown away by the "travel clock" dating...More
This wonderfully restored Art Nouveau building was originally constructed for the Hungarian Millennial exhibition, severely damaged during WW-II and the Hungarian uprising against Soviet rule in 1956, and largely restored. It is the third largest Arts museum in the world. The collection includes The museum...More
The Museum's permanent collection dates back to 1400 and includes some very impressive pieces. The In the Mood for Colours Exhibitions is a must-see! This Museum is a must-see for people who like architecture, interior design and fashion.
This is a very interesting museum, and though ringed now with scaffolding, you can still appreciate one of the finest examples of Art Noveau architecture in BP. Pay special attention to the multicolored, Zsolnay ceramic roof tiles. Inside, as it is soon to close (Sept...More
It is amazing that this museum and its collection has survived two world wars and the soviet occupation but it has. We paid for the entire museum and frankly I expected to spend the day but it only took two hours. What they show is...More
Thoroughly enjoyable visit with the building itself worth making the effort to see. I spent over an hour in the temporary exhibit on Hungarian architects which was an absolute treat. There are old TV programmes running in the exhibition area and these were great to...More