The kids will love this interactive museum with lovely grounds, where you can experience the old-time allure of the railroads. Located on the former site of Budapest's North Depot, it claims to be Europe's first interactive railroad museum. In its roundhouse and 34 bays, more than 100 vehicles are stored, from a steam engine from 1870 to the Árpád rail car from 1934, which made the trip from Budapest to Vienna in under three hours. The Orient Express dining car from 1912 occupies a prominent spot. The best part? The railway cars are not just for looking at. You can try your hand at driving a steam engine or a handcart. There's also an engine simulator that lets you virtually drive the most powerful Hungarian electric engine using the original equipment. Before you visit check the calendar on the website, as there are frequent special events and special nostalgia rides.