Why visit: Jewish heritage, history
The Holocaust Memorial Center pays tribute to the victims of the Hungarian Holocaust. The complex, inaugurated in 2004, houses a synagogue, a museum and an inner courtyard with a glass memorial wall dedicated to the over 500,000 victims with their names inscribed on the wall. The museum's permanent exhibition tells the history of the Holocaust through the stories of individuals in an interactive way. Original documents and personal belongings are on display.
Getting to the Holocaust Memorial Center: Take subway (M3) to Corvin-negyed or streetcars No. 4 or 6 to Mester utca and take the short walk over to Páva utca.
Tuesday - Sunday: 10 am to 6 pm
(The cashier closes at 5 pm)
Adult: HUF 1,400
Child & Senior: HUF 700
Budapest Card: 50% discount
Insider Tip: To learn more about Budapest's Jewish heritage sign up for a Secrets of the Jewish Quarter Tour.