Holocaust Memorial Center

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  • Address: Budapest, Páva u., 1094 Hungary
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +36-14553333
  • Ticket Price: 1400 HUF
  • Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Exhibition

Holocaust Memorial Centre does not only house a heart wrenching permanent exhibition but also has various temporary and travelling exhibitions that add a little more to the historical aspect of Budapest. The permanent exhibition is a reflection of the torturous past that the Jews had to deal with. It also shows that Germany was not the only one hit by the unfortunate mentality of the Nazis but every place that Germany invaded thereafter had to suffer a lot. The Hungarian government had started curtailing human rights, liberty after the start of the World War. But after 1944 invasion of Germany, things got completely out of hand. Today, it functions as a synagogue which is dedicated to the memory of Hungarian Jews who lost their lives during the Holocaust.

  • Adult: 1400 HUF/ person
  • Discounted Individual tickets: 700 HUF/ persons
  • For group ticket and guided tour price: visit the official website.
  • Free admission: children under 6 years; seniors of 70 years age; people with disability along with their companion; last Sunday of each month for people under 26 and people under 18years and their immediate families; national holidays of Hungary. 

  • Ticket office: open till 5pm.

  • Nearest bus station: Corvin-negyed M

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  • Holocaust Memorial Center Address: Budapest, Páva u., 1094 Hungary
  • Holocaust Memorial Center Contact Number: +36-14553333
  • Holocaust Memorial Center Timing: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Holocaust Memorial Center Price: 1400 HUF
  • Best time to visit Holocaust Memorial Center(preferred time): 11:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Holocaust Memorial Center: 01:30 Hrs
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  • 17.62% of people who visit Budapest include Holocaust Memorial Center in their plan

  • 34.73% of people start their Holocaust Memorial Center visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Holocaust Memorial Center

Wednesday, Friday and Saturday

92.95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Holocaust Memorial Center

People normally club together Liberty Bridge and Heroes Square while planning their visit to Holocaust Memorial Center.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • Very intense and grotesque museum in a very informative way - not for the faint of heart. I learned a lot about the Holocaust and Hungary's role in it. The museum did great in informing through different media, thus making it both more accessible and more vivid - I really got a sense of how horrible and excessive Holocaust was, in a way I wasn't aware of. I would have liked some more instructions on how to use the museum - just some more headers would have been helpful, or information that the first family stories were to be continued later on.

  • Very impressive museum, I think this is a must if you visit Budapest. It only costs around 1.400 or 1.700 HUF, can't remember exactly but it's really worth it. I was there for about 2 hours but you can spend a lot more time if you listen to all the videos and read all the texts. I don't speak Hungarian so some stuff was not understandable for me, but that was limited to fragments from papers etc. They definitely made an effort to make everything accessible to non-Hungarian speakers.

  • We spent 2 hours in there, didn't even notice.m the time went so fast. It's very calm in there, with interesting information in Hungarian and in Englisch. It really gives one a feeling of how it was at that time.

  • Very informative and with a unique design. It really guided us trough the devastating history of the Holocaust but we left knowing that we can now better understand our history. The people were really nice and because it was the last Sunday of the month we came in for free!!

  • It is a big place that evoke big thoughts. Many visual representation and ample descriptions. I learned a lot about the history. The interior design was just perfect to present this topic. If you have been there, you will understand what I mean. :)

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