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Hungarian Museum for Science, Technology and Transport - Budapest
The museum building
Address: 1146, Budapest Városligeti körút 11.
Phone number: (1) 273-3840
Opening hours: Temporarily closed.
Permanent exhibitions
Farkas Bertalan stands next to the space craft.
There is exhibited the first Hungarian aircraft with engine constructed by Aladár Zsélyi. Above this aircraft you can see the copy of Hungarian Zeppellin in scale 1:10. The exhibition contains the original space-capsule used by Bertalan Farkas, the first Hungarian astronaut. he backed from the space with his Russian colleague Kubasov on June 3-rd 1980. continue
The exhibition displays the development of the makeing and maintenance of the public roads from the 1920-es. You can see the changes of technology since that time. The exhibition contains very valuable and interesting tools for example wheels, old bicycle, elements of bridges. continue
The development construction of roads and bridges in the period from the beginnings up to 1918. continue
There are crowded street from the end of the 19-th century, a blacksmith's forge and an original omnibus used in Pest. continue
There are exhibited lot of old railway tickets used by the Hungarian Governmental Railways. If we talk about railway relics it means not only original locomotives and models. This area involves old tickets and lot of small things. continue
The oldest and biggest collection of the Transport Museum. The exhibition contains two parts: the first part displays the period up to 1945 the second part displays the period from 1945 until this time. continue
The exhibition theme is road, one of the oldest elements of transportation, which people began to use immediately, just like natural streams and lakes. The exhibition represents the building and developing and maintaining of roads (ant the technical changes connected to them) from the beginning of the 1920'ies. continue
You can see models in scale 1:50 displaying the production of ships in Hungary. These ships were on top tecchnological level that'why the main Hungarian shipyard had a large market. continue