Housed in an 18th century monastery, the Kiscelli Museum contains one of Budapest's more quirky collections. As well as paintings and Baroque sculpture, you'll find artefacts of life and work from the last two centuries, from printing presses to trade signs, and even an entire preserved pharmacy from the 1830s. On certain Hungarian national holidays the museum is open for free, including today: so it's an ideal time to discover it all!
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