On this page, visitors will find a list of the best museums in Budapest. From the Museum of Fine Arts and the rich collection of National Gallery to the museum of the famous composer Franz Liszt and the House of Terror. Budapest offers a lot for all interested visitors. It is up to you to choose which museums to visit.
The Franz Liszt Memorial Museum is a small museum in Budapest dedicated to the most famous Hungarian composer, Franz Liszt. It is located near Andrássy Street and Vörösmarty Street on the first floor of an old music school building. The museum is significant for the cultural legacy of Hungary, depicting works of the composer, his musical instruments, including two spinet pianos and a Bösendorfer piano, his work desk, a Mason&Hamlin concert pump organ, an Erard pump organ, a Bachmann piano, various items, books, portraits, furniture, sheet music, souvenirs and other personal belongings.
Fővárosi Szabó Ervin Könyvtár is a famous Budapest library where all bookworms will find their own little kingdom of joy. Although there are several libraries of the same name in the city, the main one is located in the impressive neo-Baroque Wenckheim Palace which was constructed in the 19th century. As the quantity of books became bigger and bigger as years went on, the library had to open its offices in several other buildings. The palace, which spreads over an ara of 13 thousand square meters, contains over 1.1 million books.