This museum is closed for a renovation.
The history of the countless miraculous machines that were results of the most successful combinations of functionality and esthetics can be learned at the exhibitions covering a wide spectrum of vehicles on wheels, in water and in the air. One can sit on the wooden benches of a second-class train from 1870, where it’s possible to experience what cosmopolitan travelers of the past could have felt. A true paradise for boys and men.
This museum also offers an interesting overview on the development of transportation in Hungary by railway, road, air and rivers. Don't miss a Peugeot from 1898, an Oldsmobile from 1899 (for speed fans: 35 km/h) or a Peugeot convertible from 1901 (30 km/h).
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