The Money Museum opened a few months ago at one of Budapest’s busiest squares, Széll Kálmán Square in Buda. Now, another addition has been added to the landmark building, with the opening of the rooftop terrace, from which you can see not only Buda, but also the tall buildings of Pest, reports We Love Budapest.
The building, designed by Gyula Sándy and formerly known as the Postal Palace, is an iconic building on Széll Kálmán Square.
For the first time in its 100-year history, visitors can now go up to the terrace.
The roof will also be open to the public on a guided tour of the building during the Museums Night this weekend.
The most popular rooftop bars in Budapest are mainly located on the Pest side at the center, where you can enjoy the same familiar view of the Danube, the St. Stephen’s Basilica, Parliament, and Gellért Hill.
However, the rooftop terrace of the Money Museum is also a novelty because it offers a completely different view: Buda’s Krisztinaváros neighborhood and the buildings on the Pest side.
For the time being, the terrace is only open to guests who register at the Money Museum and visit the exhibition, which is not only free but also exciting. Moreover, anyone can hold a gold ball worth 250 million forints in their hands on the top. On the terrace, a small cafe has been set up, offering many delights.
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