Budapest in the Middle Ages: development of settlements from the Roman age to the 13th century. The medieval Buda royal palace: collection of original objects, seals, glassware, weapons, tombstones.
Gothic sculpture from the royal palace. Budapest in modern times: historical moments in the life of a metropolis. Collection of uniforms, flags, maps, ammunition and 28, coins.
Memories of pilots who emigrated after the Second World War. Roman remains, collection of frescoes, reconstructed organ from Antiquity, sculpture of Fortuna Nemesis, Hercules and Diana mosaics. Today it is one of the museums of Budapest in perhaps the most picturesque of locations, surrounded by woods at the foot of the Óbuda Hills. Its exhibitions embrace two major areas of collections from the Budapest History Museum: modern urban history, and the fine art collection of the Municipal Gallery.
A visit provides an overview of the past 50 years of universal art, and contemporary Hungarian art from the last 10 years. Its model railway material is world famous.
Permanent exhibitions over 8, square metres include: years and today, years of Hungarian motoring, A century of Hungarian state shipping, History of Motoring, History of steam locomotion, History of urban transport.