Miniversum is a 1:100 miniaturization of Budapest and certain parts of Hungary, giving you the chance to see even the rooftop details. Control traffic, try visual and sound effects or take charge of the alteration between day and night.
The Budapest Zoo located near Városliget has a collection of animals on display to rival that put together by Noah. This is the best place to see a giraffe, a lion, or even a wolverine up close.
The Museum of Science, Technology and Transport features vehicles from horse-drawn carriages to the steam engine all the way on to real life-sized helicopters.
Visiting John’s Hill (János-hegy) is a great outdoor activity. Enjoy the beauty of nature in the summer, while in the winter this area is awesome for sledding and building a snowman. It can be accessed with the youth-operated Children’s Railway, or even the ski lift for the best view of the city.
Budapest Eye at the center of the city is an enormous Ferris wheel that reveals the intricacies of the Budapest skyline. The three-revolutions-in-one ride will give you the chance to soak in all the sites.
The Csopa Science Center (sometimes referred to as the Palace of Wonders) is an enormous playhouse: more than 100 games and displays teach kids science in an entertaining, interactive way. Nobody minds if the children touch the exhibits here. In fact, that’s the whole point. Info materials are also available in English.
Tropicarium gives the experience of beholding sea life from the bottom of the ocean, yet in perfect safety with a walk-through aquarium section. Learn about all six species of sharks and the stingrays that you’ll see swimming above your head.