Museum of Transport

Museum of Transport


Address: 11 Városliget körút,
Budapest
Telephone: (36-1) 1420-565
Fax: (36-1) 1223-216

Opening hours:

From 27 September to 1 May:
On weekdays (exept Monday): 10am - 5pm
On Saturday and Sunday: 10am - 6pm
From 1 May to 26 September:
Every day (exept Monday): 10am - 6pm

Permanent exhibitions:

- The history of road traffic
Horse-drawn and machine-driven vehicles, road and bridge building.
- Collection of original vehicles
Old cars, motocycles, trains.
- The history of railway traffic
1:5 scaled models shows the manufacturing of locomotives.
- The history of sailing
Sailing from the prehistoric ages; the history of hungarian boat manufacturing, showed by models. - Permanent exhibition about the history of flight and space flight Original hungarian and foreign airplanes, including JUNKERS F-13 the first airplane in the world with metal frame-work. The cabin of the first hungarian astronaut, Bertalan Farkas. Development of engines and instruments. Modern rocket-technic. - The history of town traffic
Shows the public traffic in Buda and Pest before the appearance of trams and buses. The 'Omnibusz' and the first trams in Budapest.


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