We visited this museum on the recommendation of Lonely Planet's Budapest guide, which listed it as a "Top Choice" and "a gem." While the museum is interesting and the staff friendly, I don't think it lived up to the description and was a little disappointed...更多
This museum is in a suburb of Budapest, easily accessible by bus or metro/tram and should be a must see for any visitor.
This official name suggests a dreary, dusty old -fashioned relic of the communist era. It is anything but! The exhibits do cover...更多
For me one of the most interesting places in Budapest. All those cool small and bigger objects linked with trade from 19th/20th century shall give a creep to every vintage lover. But I believe that the museum will be interesting for everyone as the exhibition...更多
The name of the museum is not terribly inspiring but it is a little gem. I was taken there by a friend who works in Budapest and would probably not have thought it worthwhile making the effort otherwise. I was more than pleasantly surprised.
We took here a 13 year old teenager girl who hated the idea to got to museum.
Finally we stayed there for more than 3 hours and she said it was really good and she wanted to return again soon!
This is the merit of...更多
This fascinating museum deserves to be in the center of Pest, not in out of the way Obuda. Very interesting displays (with good descriptions in English) of commercial aspects of Hungarian life, including hotels, spas, shopping, coffeehouses, etc. There's recreations of old grocery stores, drug...更多