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The Foundry Museum (Öntödei Múzeum) is a museum in Budapest. It is a branch museum of the Hungarian Museum of Technology and Transport. The Foundry Museum features several permanent exhibitions, including: The original Ganz factory's crumbs equipment, Memories of the life of Ganz Abraham, Domestic memories of metal casting from the Bronze Age to today, Development of iron casting, and Development of steel casting.

Foundry Museum
Bem József utca 20
1027 Budapest

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Visitor information

Opening hours

On prior notice.

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Admission

0 - 5 Free
70 and over Free
Adults HUF800.00
Students HUF400.00
Seniors HUF400.00
Family HUF1,500.00

Notes

Family ticket is valid for 2 adults and two children.

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Facilities

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Location

Bem József utca 20, Budapest, Hungary

Exhibitions

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Foundry Museum has 2 ratings.

Tuesday, April 20, 2021 Apr 20, 2021

We went many years ago and it was one of the most incredible finds ever. The museum history is extraordinary because the founder was visionary in his labor, compensation and employee practices. Everything in the museum is in wonderful condition. Now, we live in Budapest and are planning a visit soon with a friend who will love it. Definitely worth a visit for the discrete museum goer.

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