Hungarian National Museum Overview
The exceptional Hungarian National Museum is a popular neoclassical building that welcomes visitors through the wide staircase leading to the building. Established in the year 1847, the tympanum is largely decorated with artistic sculptures which depict Pannonia at the center while being surrounded by interesting figures representing science and art.

The most popular exhibit comprises the Royal Regalia, which includes the Crown of St. Stephen having precious pearls and stones. Surrounded by a landscaped garden, it houses the prominent status of Hungarians with a glorious past, which makes it one of the most preferred Budapest places to visit.

Location: 1088 Budapest, Muzeum korut 14-16

Best Time: March to May and September to October

Highlights: Artistic sculptures, Royal Regalia, landscaped garden, display of Celtic gold and silver jewelry
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