The rooftop terrace of the Money Museum opened to the public on 16 June, attracting more than 10,000 visitors in its first month.
The Money Museum’s newest attraction, the Panorama Terrace, opened this summer, a huge step forward in the building’s history, as for the past 100 years this part of the Postapalota (Post Palace) has been closed to visitors. The terrace is free to museum visitors and, in addition to the stunning views, there is a café on the building roof to make the experience even more enjoyable. From here, and from the round tower, guests will have the opportunity to see the city from a new perspective, as they have never seen it before.
Visitors can also learn about the work of architect Gyula Sándy, without whom the Széll Kálmán Square gem would not exist today, through the past and present of the building, in an exhibition opened in April.
The opening hours of the Panorama Terrace coincide with the opening hours of the museum and you can book an appointment here.
Source: Press release