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House of Terror Museum

Andrassy ut 60, Budapest 1062, Hungary
+36 (1) 374 26 00
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A museum devoted to various historical terror regimes and practices.
  • Excellent47%
  • Very good29%
  • Average15%
  • Poor6%
  • Terrible3%
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Andrassy ut 60, Budapest 1062, Hungary
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Reviewed today via mobile

An excellent insight into the history of Hungary. Harrowing testimonies from people who expetienced the cruelty of the communist regime. It was very busy so arrive early.

Thank Mo S
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We decided to make a visit here and very interesting it was too, my friend and I are both recently retired and so we got a reduced entry. There is literature in each section for you to take home as we did and it makes...More

Thank Dennis R
Reviewed 2 days ago

Give yourself time to listen to the videos in each room. Nazism and communism were harrowing experiences for the people who lived through them. The basement rooms where people were tortured and killed are stark. A very well designed museum that makes you ponder on...More

Thank Marzia E
Reviewed 2 days ago

Weekend visit with a 30 minute queue (one person taking payment). There is a huge amount of detail and information available, some of it truly shocking and made all the more personal through the recollections of those involved. We spent about 2-3 hours walking through...More

Thank DaveQPR
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

If there was more signs in English it would've been much better, audio guides were available but at an extra cost but these were tablets hung around the neck which I felt would distract from the exhibits. Just a few signs in English to explain...More

Thank dannyd789
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Good new Museum apart from the painfully slow entrance process but I guess this manages the amount of people in the museum. We enjoyed it - amazing history and video clips through the journey but some may find it not very hard hitting. The name...More

Thank Gary H
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

They don't hold back here. From the moment you walk in. While you wait in line you hear a man in tears talk about the aftermath of the revolt decades after the fact. From there, you start on the top floor and work your way...More

Thank Andy S
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Perhaps the name 'horror' might put you off but do not be deterred! All of us should be made visit this museum at least once in our lives and preferably just before we leave school. You will not forget this experience ! This is the...More

Thank highrollerreefing
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

As others have said before me, this museum isn't all the well organised. It's quite hard to work out were to start etc. We had one audio system but which did help and is needed to understand what is happening!! Useful to bring own headphones....More

Thank ems845
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

One of the best exhibitions I've ever seen. Modern, interesting for international tourists, with a few details that will stay in your mind (a carpet with the map - wow, it makes the things more realistic). Good place to spend a rainy day, for sure.

Thank Iwona L
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kwjroberts79
4 May 2017|
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Response from Heli K | Reviewed this property |
By showing e.g. your passport. All the ticket prices you'll find from their own website - terrorhaza.hu - they have there visitor information page.
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120Sue
27 October 2016|
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Response from leekm | Reviewed this property |
I went early on a Sunday morning as I had only an hour to spare. Even before opening there was a short queue. Later I saw the queue becoming quite long. The museum can become quite cramped under such conditions. While a... More
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Paul O
6 June 2016|
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Response from jcstich | Reviewed this property |
I would say that an hour would be the very minimum. Two to three hours could easily be spent seeing everything there is to see.
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