We visited “Heros Square” first which is at the beginning of a lovely park and an pleasant walk through the park to get to the museum.
This is a large museum with lots to see, but as others have said before very little of the extensive information is in English which is a shame. There were other exhibits not directly associated with transport, showing old machinery and typical living quarters of years gone by.
There were also a couple of large model railways which were running, bound to will be of interest to fans and children. There is not a great deal of interaction with the exhibits so children may get bored easily though there were a couple of hand pulled carts in use upstairs giving children a ride.
A command module of the returning spaceship of first ever astronaut is on display with life size figure of the first astronaut Bertalan Farkas ( 26th May-3rd June 1980 ). Amazing how small it is, a wonder it made the flight safely.
All in all a pleasant way to pass a couple of hours. Oh by the way unlike some other museums a “photo pass” is not needed.
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