The Museum of Electrical Engineering of Budapest is, next to the Foundry Museum and to the Museum of Metallurgy, for instance, a branch of the larger Hungarian Museum of Transport and Technology.

Visits to this museum should prove to be genuinely fascinating for people passionate about this field. The collections of artifacts piece out the history of this wide scientific domain. The reconstructions of Anyos Jedlik’s motor count as some of the most prized items on display at the Museum of Electrical Engineering.

Name:
Museum of Electrical Engineering (Elektrotechnikai Muzeuma)
Address:
21, Kazinczy utca, 1075, Budapest, Hungary
Telephone:
0036 1 3425750
Fax:
0036 1 3425750
Email:
info@emuzeum.hu
Website:
www.emuzeum.hu

21, Kazinczy utca, 1075, Budapest, Hungary

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