Magyar Vasúttörténeti ParkBudapest, Tatai út 95, 1142
The Magyar Vasúttörténeti Park (Hungarian Railway History Park) is a railway museum located in Budapest, Hungary at a railway station and workshop of the Hungarian State Railways. Located on the site of the former north depot of the Hungarian State Railway (MÁV), the Hungarian Railway Museum is Europe’s first interactive museum of its kind. The north depot’s roundhouse, home to the museum, was built in 1911 and is also part of Hungarian railway history. There are over a hundred vintage trains, locomotives, cars and other types of railroad equipment on display, including a steam engine built in 1877, a railcar from the 1930’s and a dining car built in 1912 for the famous Orient Express.
On 28th and 29th of April there will be direct Craft trains in the morning from Budapest-Nyugati Railway Terminal to the venue, and in the evening from the venue to Budapest-Nyugati Railway Terminal, so we recommend to find a hotel near to Budapest-Nyugati Railway Terminal.