Underground Railway Museum, Budapest
Underground Railway Museum, Budapest - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Budapest, Deák Utca, Deák tér, metro station, Deák Ferenc tér, 1039 Hungary
Ticket Price: 350 HUF
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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About Underground Railway Museum, Budapest
The first subway line that came up in the whole of Central Europe actually started in Budapest. It started in the year 1896 and hence Budapest shares a very enriching history of Railways. In the Underground Railway Museum, you can come across this line as well as the first line that transported Franz Joseph during the famous Millennium’s underground opening. Through the medium of photos and models, the museum tells the story of the development of Underground Railway in Budapest. The most amazing part about the Underground Railway Museum is “Night of the Museums” where you will see a lot of vintage streetcars on display on one of the main stations in Budapest.
Underground Railway Museum Ticket Prices
- Given timings are for adults: 350HUF
- Students: 280HUF
- Pensioners: 280HUF
- Photography: 500HUF
- Video: 500HUF
How To reach Underground Railway Museum by Public Transport
- Nearby subway station: Deak Ferenc ter
- Nearby tram station: Deak Ferenc ter M
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Great little museum! It cost maybe 450 Forints? Very cheap, although very informative about Metros and undergrounds around the world. History of the system in Budapest helped me to appreciate the work that had been done to present such a good network of trains throughout the city. Besides the size I wish it would have had more history on the local system rather than those around the world.
Great small museum, worth visiting. Yet very hard to find! We looked for an hour just for the entrance.
The museum is literally underground by the subway ticket office. Very authentic and informative for the history of underground rail in Budapest. Not a huge museum but worth going if u are around. The staff is friendly. Recommended.
Small but very interesting museum. The stuff is very kind. One of them told a lot of extra things about the story of railway.
Really interesting attraction that can be done in less than an hour. You have to pay more t take photos though.