Wandering about the Castle area on a wet Saturday, I stumbled across this lovely museum. For a very modest charge, it contained a surprising amount of instruments and information including traditional Hungarian instruments (eg zither etc) and composers such as Liszt and Zoltan Kodaly as well as composers less well known outwith Hungary, such as Ferenc Erkel, the father of Hungarian Opera.
Lots to see and there were PCs in every room with more information or soundclips of the instruments on display.
Well worth a visit regardless of the weather!
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