The Money Museum’s Panorama Terrace attracted 10,000 visitors in the first month after its opening.
According to the statement made by the museum, the exceptionally high number of visitors was also helped by the audience of the Night of Museums, when approximately three thousand visitors were welcomed.
The new attraction was added to the Money Museum and Visitor Center on June 16. The terrace offers an urban experience that has never been open to the public in its almost 100 years of operation.
The building of the Money Museum at night. Photo via Facebook/Pénzmúzeum
The opening of the Money Museum’s Panorama Terrace is aimed at promoting the spaces of a unique building to a wider audience,
the statement said, adding that the first step in this direction was the new temporary exhibition entitled Our Centuries of Value – From the Skating Rink to the Money Museum, opened in April, focusing on architect Gyula Sándy through the past and present of the property.
The second step, it is reported, was the addition of the property’s rooftop terrace over Széll Kálmán Square, in Buda. From here and from the round tower, guests have the opportunity to view the city from a new perspective. The roof terrace also houses a café.
The view from the terrace. Photo via penzmuzeum.hu
The information emphasized that
the Money Museum Panorama Terrace is open to visitors of the museum free of charge this year.
The opening hours will be adjusted to the opening hours of the Money Museum.
According to the press release, it is worth starting your visit with the Money’s Way exhibition, then looking down on the city from the Money Museum Panorama Terrace, and then walking to the Wonder Deer statue created by Miklós Gábor Szőke.
Wonder Deer statue created by Miklós Gábor Szőke. Photo via penzmuzeum.hu
Via MTI, Featured image via penzmuzeum.hu