Palace of Miracles

Child friendly, interactive exhibitions

Palace of Miracles
Budapest

Why visit: child friendly, unique interactive exhibition

Getting there: Take bus No. 33, 33E, 233E or take the train from Budapest Déli Pályaudvar (Southern Railway Station) to Campona-Budatétény. The ride takes about 15 minutes.

The Palace of Miracles, a unique interactive science museum designed for kids, is located within the Campona Shopping Mall (recently relocated from it's previous location at the 'Millenáris'). The idea is to explain scientific principles in a playful and fun way. The simulated low-gravity 'moonwalk' and the 'miracle bike' are some of the most popular experiences for children.

The Palace of Miracles is always a favorite with families and it can get busy on the weekends. Another popular venue in the neighbourhood is Tropicarium, Central Europe's largest saltwater aquarium.

Opening hours:
Monday – Sunday: 10 am to 6 pm

Entrance fees:
Adult: HUF 1,550 on weekdays, HUF 1,950 on weekends
Children, students and seniors: HUF 1,250 on weekdays, HUF 1,550 on weekends

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