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The hunting hall is beautifully decorated, complete with stunning ceiling motifs and stain glass windows

Budapest Agriculture Museum

Address: 14th district, Vajdahunyad Castle

How to get there: Metro M1 to Széchenyi fürdő, Trolleybus 70, 72, 75, 79, Bus 4, 20, 30, 105

Open: Mar 1-Nov 14 10am-5pm Tue-Sat, 10am-6pm Sun; Nov15-Feb 28 10am-4pm Tue-Sat, 10am-5pm Sun

 

The museum is located in a section of the Vajdahunyad Castle, situated in the City Park. It is the largest museum of agriculture in Europe. The building itself was erected originally for the Millennial Exhibition, and was designed by Ignác Alpár, who merged different architectural styles, featuring well-known buildings of historical Hungary. The museum of agriculture has been hosted here since 1897. From the main entrance, the visitor proceeds through a marble arched court, up to the first floor, via a marble staircase. There, he can cast a glance over the building interior, while visiting the exhibitions. The hunting hall is beautifully decorated, complete with stunning ceiling motifs and stain glass windows.

 

Permanent exhibitions:

The history of Hungarian agriculture from the beginnings to our time

Domestication of animals

From the domain of plants

Forestry

Natural values, nature protection

Hunting, game preserves

Fishing

Vine - and vine culture

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