The exhibitions in the Budapest History Museum focus on the turbulent history of the 2000 years of the city now known as Budapest: what the once separate towns of Buda, Pest and Obuda were like. You can visit the museum …Read More »
Buda Castle History
Being packed with military memorabilia, loaded with weaponry and bringing battle scenes to life an exciting and fun family day for all is guaranteed in the Institute and Museum of Military History.…Read More »
The archducal suites were formed in 1902, followed by several function rooms, such as dining rooms, small and big saloons, the office of the Archduke, leading to the separate bedrooms of the archduke and archduchess, the bedrooms of their 3 …Read More »
The regal suits of the Buda Castle were located on the 1st floor, and were accessible via a monumental stairway. From the landing area, the symmetrically arranged suites opened to both the north and south directions. The most beautiful suite, …Read More »
Upon building the Buda Castle suites, the disposition and allocation of the rooms by their functions and of course their hierarchical separation was very important.
The royal suites of the 18-19th century have lost their function by the beginning of …Read More »
The building of the Gothic style Buda Castle Royal Palace started in the mid 14th century, and lasted almost until the end of the 15th century. Along the years, several monarchs extended and decorated the buildings.
During the Turkish occupation …Read More »
Buda Castle was a beautiful royal palace before WW2. This slideshow perfectly illustrates what the Buda Castle looked like in the past (in 1904), and what is its present state. The slideshow alternates old photos and current photos (1904 vs …Read More »