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"Faros" Ikarus - A New Piece Acquired

  • 08 August 2017

On the 1st December 2016, the renewing Museum of Transport has acquired a new piece, an Ikarus 66 (a so called "Faros") bus. The vehicle fills a niche since the collection of the museum was in lack of those pieces of the Ikarus factory which were manufactured in great numbers.

Apponyi Coach Exhibited in Fiumei Street Graveyard

  • 08 August 2017

A unique collection piece of the Transport Museum was the main attraction during the Night of Museums in the Fiumei Street Graveyard. The restored, decorated Apponyi coach can be visited from 24th June, Saturday afternoon at its new and worthy exhibition place, in the pavilion of the graveyard – thanks to the partnership of National Heritage Institute.

Polaris - A Legend Has Been Saved

  • 07 August 2017

We brought home the last Ikarus bus from Great Britain. The Ikarus 489 Polaris was designed and manufactured in the former Mátyásföld factory, and it was one of Europe's most innovative city buses back then. At the same time, this type was the last successful product of Ikarus for export.

Museum Educational Workshops

  • 08 August 2017

Summer workshops are rocking!

Floodlight on Kossuth Museum Ship

  • 08 August 2017

Commemorating the "mermaid" cruise of Count Ödön Széchenyi, floodlight has been lit on Kossuth Museum Ship.

22nd Museum Festival in May

  • 08 August 2017

Creative workshop on rim tables, inspecting cargo bikes, designing the interior of future buses on seats, while resting on tram seats covered live-plant tapestry. These are only a couple of programmes that we had on the 22nd Museum Festival in May. Thank you for coming in such a great number, and for taking such an interest in our programmes! Amazing creative works were born in our museum educational workshop, where we created the future prototypes of environmental conscious, sustainable vehicles in the spirit of recycling.