Bélyegmúzeum (Postal Stamp Museum): Philatelists the world over have recognized the artistic creativity of the Magyar Posta creations. Here you'll find incredibly beautiful and well-organized collections of Hungary's finest stamps and those of many other countries.
Miksa Róth Memorial House: This is the last home of the famed stained-glass and mosaic artist whose work graces the Parliament and other places throughout the city and the world. It is truly an exceptional collection not to be missed.
Ráth Gorgy Museum: A personal collection of Asian art from different countries, each displayed in separate rooms, makes this Budapest museum a treasure trove of exotic collections, at Varosligeti fasor 12 (tel. 1/342-3916; www.hoppmuzeum.hu).
Holokauszt Emlékközpont (Budapest Holocaust Memorial Center): Surrounded by modern architecture is the Páva Synagogue. The center has special exhibits and documents the Jewish history of Hungary during the Holocaust.
Underground Railway Museum: Located at Deák metro underground, this small exhibit shows the history of the tram lines in the city.
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