- 21 Jun 2022 9:12 AM
The TV teddy bear at children’s bedtime, Turbo chewing gum and the indispensable orange kitchen furniture were all features of any Hungarian childhood, something you can now relive at the Budapest Retro Interactive Museum.
With documentation in English, German and Russian, non-Hungarian speakers can enjoy it too! Entering this hands-on attraction in the centre of Budapest, you feel like you’re travelling somewhere around the 1970s or 1980s, playing for hours pushing buttons, driving a car or phoning the past, so you don’t have to speak Hungarian to understand how locals lived more than 30 years ago.
Take the 10% discount Minicards card with you,you can find cards in 200 locations in Budapest: hotels, hostels, tourist information offices and other types of locations: https://www.minicards.hu/en/locations
or print your own discount card: https://www.minicards.hu/en/cards/