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House of Terror Museum

Andrassy ut 60, Budapest 1062, Hungary
+36 1 374 2600
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A museum devoted to various historical terror regimes and practices.
  • Excellent47%
  • Very good29%
  • Average15%
  • Poor6%
  • Terrible3%
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Andrassy ut 60, Budapest 1062, Hungary
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+36 1 374 2600
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Reviewed yesterday

Take the free walking tour first in the morning and then go for this. We just found this by accident when we were walking on the way to Heroes memorial. You'll see the Opera too along the same boulevard. For 2 Euro, we have seen...More

Thank jojie626
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you are intersted in the complex topic of the occupation by the nazi regime and the soviet occupying forces you should give this place a visit. The overall presentation is intimidating and artistic at the same time. The symbolic iron curtain in front of...More

Thank JamesWatt_on_Tour
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Okay, the history of brutality during the communist rule isn't exactly breaking news. You can see a modern day version in Venezuela. The museum is very well done and well maintained, but it serves as a reminder only to those who don't know much about...More

Thank GrumpyOldMan57
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is an incredible museum! Really gives you insight into the terror the Hungarians suffered during Nazi and Soviet occupation. Definitely purchase the audio. Way to much reading otherwise.

Thank kdmcdutton
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This museum is well presented and tells of the history of the communist and fascist regimes in Budapest. Get the audio guide! There are sheets of paper to explain each part of the exhibit but it is entirely too much reading!

1  Thank Excaper
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Yes, having to wait interminably to proceed through this house was terrorizing. The coop de grace was having to wait for the final decent. We wisely did a 180 and found the stairs to exit. As you will have discerned this place is a categorical...More

Thank theunitmd
Reviewed 2 days ago

This museum is based on filmed interviews and accounts and you need to have a great deal of patience to watch it all. The curating is as imaginative as is possible given the filmic nature of much of the exhibition. Each room has been interestingly...More

Thank Seana B
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The museum looks rather good from the outside. A long line of people waiting to get in. Inside a great looking tank welcomes visitors. However, the setup is historically incorrect, ptoper displays are missing and some information is incorrect. In my view the museum is...More

Thank PaulKlaver
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This year alone i saw museums about the war and the holocaust in Berlin, Prague and Vienna and it always left quite an impression on me. The one in Budapest is by my opinion made for Hungarians. If you speak any other language you will...More

Thank Hugues D
Reviewed 3 days ago

I would thoroughly recommend a visit to this museum. It is a real eye-opener as to the lives of the those living in Budapest and what the Hungarian people endured for so many years, not only during the second world war but during the times...More

Thank vivienne p
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kwjroberts79
4 May 2017|
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Response from Heli K | Reviewed this property |
By showing e.g. your passport. All the ticket prices you'll find from their own website - terrorhaza.hu - they have there visitor information page.
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120Sue
27 October 2016|
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Response from leekm | Reviewed this property |
I went early on a Sunday morning as I had only an hour to spare. Even before opening there was a short queue. Later I saw the queue becoming quite long. The museum can become quite cramped under such conditions. While a... More
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Paul O
6 June 2016|
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Response from jcstich | Reviewed this property |
I would say that an hour would be the very minimum. Two to three hours could easily be spent seeing everything there is to see.
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