Explore the history of the museum and gain insight into each part of the exhibition.
ANNUAL MAINTENANCE IN JANUARY
Please note that the museum will be closed for the annual maintenance from January 7th to January 14th 2019.
Announcement about opening times on October 23rd
On our national holiday the House of Terror Museum will be open to visitors from 10.00 am to 18.00 free of charge.
Power outage in the museum this Wednesday
Dear Visitors, Please note that on Wednesday, 13th June 2018 due to the scheduled maintenance of the transformers of Elmű-Émász Energy Supplier Ltd. the museum will be closed until 13.00.
The global conflagration that erupted in 1914 exploded the old world and opened the way to a new, unprecedentedly cruel era – the 20th century. Early attempts to interpret the Great War described it as a clash between good and evil. That narrative is still shared by many. Mária Schmidt’s wide-ranging analysis attempts to transcend these diametrically-opposed explanations of the war. With a mere 100 years of hindsight, we can say that this book marks a real beginning. It will serve as a reference for many future studies.