Not being very popular, this museum is quite hard to access - you have to tell the concierge in the lobby that you're heading there, he will call the museum staff and then take you to the elevator. The entrance fee is 500 HUF. In spite of the fact that the museum is absolutely deserted, the staff (a young man) seemed quite grumpy to have been disturbed (woken up?) He was quite rude, and but for him, my experience of this museum would have been much better!
There you will find different exhibits connected with Hungarian post, some snippets of information about the history of development of the postal system. Some information is only available in Hungarian (like in most of their museums).
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