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Underground Railway Museum

Deak ter, underpass | Few metres south of Deák tér metro station, Budapest, Hungary
+36 1 461 6500
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Deak ter, underpass | Few metres south of Deák tér metro station, Budapest, Hungary
+36 1 461 6500
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is situated in the central underground station.It is done on a much smaller scale than for example the one in London.

Thank wingate
Reviewed 6 September 2017

Entrance in the main concourse of Deak Ferenc Ter Metro Station. Small but interesting with some old photos and posters and memorabilia of the Budapest Metro system. Has some old carriages with some not very well done mannequins. When I visited there was an exhibition...More

1  Thank brixtontrev
Reviewed 20 June 2017

This museum is actual inside a subway station, very nicely done with many information about the rich history of subway lines in Budapest

1  Thank Francis V
Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

Saw the museum as we were walking through the Metro as we werent in a hurry we went in . Theres not a great deal to see just 3 old carriages parked at a platform on one side and various pictures and memorabilia on the...More

1  Thank Volpetervo
Reviewed 7 June 2017

You can find this by entering the ticket at the underground station on the site. The museum is very inexpensive, but is correspondingly small. It is a single platform, the length of 3 (very old!) underground railway cars. The wall cabinets include very interesting facts...More

1  Thank Seagold
Reviewed 19 April 2017

Just beyond the enquiries office, this is very interesting. You can wander around, and onto the trams. They are excellently preserved and have original adverts as well as technical information about the building and development of the Underground. There is an extra charge for taking...More

1  Thank headbeeguy
Reviewed 5 April 2017

This is a very small museum but it is interesting. You will find it in the middle of the city on the Deák Ferenc underground station. + old train cars and some interesting items from the past.

Thank 545medva
Reviewed 6 January 2017 via mobile

We expected much since it is the first continental subway. However, they exhibited 3 train cars from the past and several objects. Most of the details are given in the local language and there is no explanation on how to start the reading or the...More

1  Thank Oana Ș
Reviewed 5 December 2016

A small museum but interesting and a must for railway buffs. Perhaps could have been improved with better presntation and titling og exhibits to ensure all are in english and German to assist visitors.

1  Thank Archie B
Reviewed 12 November 2016 via mobile

Although cheap to go in this is a very small museum in the nearby underground station. Go in the lower ground main ticket office to enter. Lots to read and period pictures about its history to look at. Few old trains with a few mannequins...More

1  Thank goodguyjas
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