This museum is three museums in one. The two further museum buildings are Kiscell Museum (Kiscelli Street 108), and Aquincum Museum (Záhony St.. 4, 1033, Budapest, new exhibition hall: Szentendrei Street 135, 1031 Budapest). Read more details for these two museums in this section. The Buda Castle exhibition shows Gothic sculptures from the Royal Palace, the ancient prehistoric Budapest, and the medieval Royal Palace of Buda Castle. A further exhibition on modern times Budapest is beeing developed.
Further on, Budapest History Museum manages following other exhibition halls:
The restored Medieval Jewish Chapel, a Jewish synagogue from 14th century in the Jewish quarter of Buda (Information: Táncsics Mihály Street 26, 1014 Budapest; Opening hours: May – Oct Wed – Sun 10.00 – 17.00, Mon, Tue closed, Nov – Apr closed)
The Hercules Villa with amazing mosaics (Information: Meggyfa Street 19-21, 1033 Budapest; Opening hours: 15th of Apr – Oct visits on request, guided tours in English, German or Hungarian via Tel. +36 1 2501650, Nov – 14th of Apr closed); take buses 86 or 6 to Bogdá Street to arrive.
The Thermae Maiores/Bath Museum, the ancient Roman bahts in Flórián Square pedestrian underground passage (Information: Flórián tér 3-5, 1033 Budapest; Opening hours: 15th of Apr – 30th of Apr and Oct Tue – Sun 10.00 – 17.00, Mon closed, May – Sep Tue – Sun 10.00 – 18.00, Mon closed, Nov – 14th of Apr depending on weather 10.00 – 17.00; guided tours: Tel. +36 1 2501650).
The collection of world renown contemporary sculptor Imre Varga, who also built the Budapest Holocaust Memorial and the Raoul Wallenberg Monument, in Imre Varga Museum (Information: Take the BHÉV (suburban railway) from Batthyány Square to Árpád Bridge, or Bus 86; Opening hours: Tue – Sun 10.00 – 18.00)