Le Musée d'Aquincum (en hongrois : Aquincumi Múzeum) est un musée situé dans le 3e arrondissement de Budapest. Sa collection a pour vocation de présenter l'histoire d'Aquincum, site romain situé à l'emplacement de l'actuelle capitale de la Hongrie. Ce musée fait partie du Musée historique de Budapest.
|Mardi||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Mercredi||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Jeudi||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Vendredi||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Samedi||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Dimanche||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
Sveta Shantalova | janv. 19, 2018
Ruins of Roman town, great museum, you can easily spend the whole day there. They also have a great souvenir shop, with selection of books, and Roman style souvenirs. Parts of the Roman ruins are also available outside of the museum, scattered around Obuda district. Walk and explore!
Herwin van den Engel | nov. 24, 2017
A gem of a museum. The ruins of the town are well preserved with lots of explanation panels. The museum is not large but well worth a visit due to the great presentation of the artefacts. The collection of altars and grave monuments is marvellous although they could use some information panels. During roman holidays there are often reenactors and market stalls. The museum is located near multiple tram and bus lines.
Stefan Weisshappel | janv. 6, 2018
soviet behavior of staff and exhibition a joke compared with competent managed sites like Petronell-Carnuntum.Wasted time and money for visit...
Petrik The Conqueror | févr. 26, 2018
Horrible staff here. We pair full price, than they told us, that whole outside exhibition is closed, because it is winter and it could be slippery (it wasnt)
Dan Leal | janv. 7, 2018
The Dopest Museum in Budapest! It is awesome if this was in America there would be buses of tourists waiting to get in!!!
Nick Flynn | juin 20, 2018
A really neat location that wasn't too far out of the way. I spent a couple of hours here looking at the ruins and artifacts, and found that it was laid out pretty well. My only complaint is minor: it would be nice to have some idea of a recommended route to walk through the exhibit. I mostly just meandered around, and feel like interesting things could easily be missed.
Jean Frampton | mai 11, 2018
Remains of a whole Roman town to wander round. The reconstruction of the Painter's House is excellent. A small museum about the history of that part of the Roman Empire rather than the site itself. There is the remains of an amphitheatre across the railway track. Easy to reach on the suburban railway. Coffee poor and overpriced was the only negative.
Stefano Lippolis | mai 30, 2018
You can reach Aquincum museum and ancient Roman citadel with the suburban train. If you plan this visit as one f the first, with the entrance ticket you have 3 free ticket for the Castle Museum, to the Municipal Gallery ant to the New Budapest Gallery. The Roman Ruin are very well preserved and valued. Special playground for kids.
Pal Osvath | mai 17, 2018
fully renovated romanian house of a merchant family is the most intresting. the remaining are ruins, rocks/brikks.
Chiuchiu Oana | avr. 25, 2018
You can spend here a few hours and admire beautiful bath ruins. Don't miss it if coming to Budapest a few days
SGT Rip INF | juil. 4, 2018
A rather large area with many artifacts. Some of the outside looks like it was "repaired" within the past 50 years or so, but the carvings and artifacts here are well worth a visit. I didn't even know Hungary had Roman ruins...?!? Well worth a visit off the tourist path
tamas821 | juil. 24, 2018
Wonderful experience to be at a place with such an old history. The outdoor ruins of the ancient Roman city could benefit from a bit more explanation and interactive features.
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