The house of terror museum is a member of the platform of European Memory and Conscience and is looked after by Dr Mária Schmidt today. It was opened in the year 2000 and is dedicated to the victims of fascism and communism. The site of the building is very important as many were killed, tortured, interrogated during this time in the past building of the House of terror museum. It also consists of various artefacts and documents related to the fateful period and is sure to give you an insight into the horrid past of Budapest.
House Of Terror Travel Tips
- Reduced price is for peopleaged between 6-26, 62-70 (citizens of EEA - European Economic Area); for people with international student card (ISIC), aged between 6-26)
- Audio guide in English and German languages are available
Entrance Ticket Details For House Of Terror
- Full price: 2000HUF
- Reduced admission:1000 HUF
- Temporary exhibition admission:1000 HUF
- Temporary exhibition reduced admission:500 HUF
- Temporary exhibition with permanent ticket:500 HUF
- Group visit (of minimum 20 people): 1500 HUF/visitor
- For groups of min. 20 people aged between either 6-26 or 62-70 (citizens of EEA - European Economic Area): 800 HUF/visitor
- Free admission: For children upto 6 years of age.
House Of Terror Hours
- The cash desk closes: 5:30pm
How to Reach House Of Terror
- Nearby subway station: Vörösmarty utca
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12.68% of people who visit Budapest include House Of Terror in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
43.58% of people start their House Of Terror visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see House Of Terror
62.62% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting House Of Terror