Why visit: music history, concerts
The Museum of Music History (Zenetörténeti Múzeum) tells the story of music through exhibitions, recitals and concerts. The emphasis on Hungarian music, which is rich in folk traditions and covers a wide spectrum from the rhapsodies of Liszt and the compositions of Bartók and Kodály to Hungarian gipsy music.
Getting to the Museum of Music History: The museum is located on Castle Hill. Take the Funicular from Chain Bridge; the public bus, called Várbusz, from Széll Kálmán tér (formerly Moszkva tér) or one of the many paths leading up to Castle Hill.
Tuesday - Sunday: 10 am to 4 pm
Adult: HUF 600
Child, student & senior: HUF 200