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Opening hours during the season: Keddtől vasárnapig 10–18 óráig, hétfőn zárva.

Opnening hours out of the season: január, február és november, december hónapokban: keddtől vasárnapig 10–16 óráig, hétfőn zárva.

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The Postal Museum, founded in 1890, moved in 1972 into the main, first-floor apartment of the Saxlehner Mansion in Andrássy út, one of the finest streets in the city. The palace, built in Eclectic style in 1886, was designed by Győző Czigler. The hallway, the staircase and the museum itself contain frescoes by Károly Lotz, who was also working on the Budapest Opera at the time. The rooms are also decorated with tapestries and paintings by contemporary artists, on subjects taken from the history of communications. The history of Hungarian postal services is brought out through original equipment, tools, furniture, vehicles, documents, maps, photographs and other exhibits.
This is the first time the collections have been presented to general audiences in a way that includes history, artefacts and documentation through the exhibition we have named Museum in the museum.

Postamúzeum - BUDAPEST (Látnivaló: Múzeum)

Postamúzeum - Hungary - BUDAPEST (Sight: Museum)

Postamúzeum - Ungarn - BUDAPEST (Sehenswürdigkeit: Museum)

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