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Hit the Road! International Travelling Exhibition of the Hungarian Museum of Transport – First Stop Istanbul

  • 08 May 2018

The newest exhibition of the Hungarian Museum of Transport opened on the 26th of April, with the co-operation of the Balassi Institute, the Hungarian Institute in Istanbul. Two exhibitions opened simultaneously – one in the Hungarian Institute in Istanbul, the other in the Koç Museum – which commemorate the Budapest–Istanbul motorist tour, a significant race of the dawn of automobilism. The exhibition was opened by Balázs Hendrich consul general and Gábor Zsigmond, deputy general director of the Hungarian Museum of Transport, and will be displayed in Sofia and Bucharest later.

Nearly 1100 new pictures available on Fortepan

  • 17 January 2018

The joint project of the renewing Museum of Transport and Fortepan goes on – Nearly 1100 photographs are available online, free of charge

The Most Beautiful Articulated Bus in the Collection of the Museum of Transport

  • 12 February 2018

A bus with famously beautiful design was acquired by the Museum of Transport. Our newest piece: Ikarus EAG E94G, articulated bus.

The Transport Museum's joint call with Fortepan

  • 30 November 2017

A joint call of the Hungarian Museum of Transport and Fortepan archive concerning archival material about Budapest metroline M3.

Inauguration of „Négyeske” in Tapolca

  • 04 January 2018

On Saturday, the last but one day of 2017, a legendary NOHAB locomotive, course no. M61-004 diesel locomotive, the so called „Négyeske” was inaugurated within the framework of Tapolca NOHAB reunion.

The Newest car in our Eastern Bloc collection

  • 25 January 2018

Collection development strategy of the Museum of Transport pays extra attention to the automobiles of the “Eastern Bloc.” After purchasing the legendary Polski Fiat, we hope to further develop our collection soon. 

December opening hours

  • 30 November 2017

Opening hours of our member institutions are the following in December and January:

Net, textile, metal, dance...

  • 17 October 2017

The latest successful event in the Ábrahám Ganz Foundry Collection.

Locomotive Handover in Hegyeshalom

  • 08 August 2017

We handed over the restored MÁV 411,358 steam-engine of the Museum of Transport in Hegyeshalom.

The Museum of Transport at Sziget Festival

  • 07 August 2017

The Hungarian Museum of Transport participated successfully at the 25th Sziget Festival again this year!

Airplanes renweing inside and out

  • 30 November 2017

Restoration works are making great progress in the newly moved Aeropark Airplane Museum, the largest transport-related exhibition place of the Hungarian Museum of Transport. Here a full spectrum of 60 years of Hungarian commercial aviation is exhibited. Restoration works – a joint effort of the Museum of Transport and the Aviation Cultural Center – concern three aircrafts among the ones exhibited here, and which are part of the  collection of the Hungarian Museum of Transport.