The leading aviation museum in Central Europe
The AEROPARK Aviation Museum is located in Budapest, next to Ferenc Liszt International Airport Terminal 2B. Its operator and developer is Légiközlekedési Kulturális Központ Közhasznú Nonprofit Kft., which was established by Hungarian pilots and artists. With its 100,000 visitors annually, it is one of the most visited exhibition spaces in Hungary, and is an airport museum providing one of the richest collections in the world. The popular airport tours behind the scenes of Ferihegy also depart from Aeropark. The history of Aeropark spans about three decades, when enthusiastic civil aviation fans achieved that when the dominant aircraft types for Hungarian air traffic were scrapped, at least 1 piece of each type got to be preserved for the future. Some of the airplanes were taken over by the Museum of Transport, however their conservation, renovations and display were performed by civil aviation enthusiasts from the beginning until today.
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“Great program, we had a pleasant time travel. It was a pleasant company trip enriched with many interesting sights. I wholeheartedly recommend it to everyone. The proximity of the planes taking off and landing is a special experience.”
“Can only be recommended to aviation lovers! We did the airport and museum visits separately, I think they are separate programs with fantastic photo opportunities! The staff are amazingly kind and good-natured, very experienced professionals who are a pleasure to listen to and talk to.”
“A place that makes you happy! Unmissable for lovers of aviation and airplanes! It’s an open-air museum rich in sights, and if you’re lucky, you can even listen to the stories of former pilots in person.”
“A real all-encompassing airport visit, aviation history presentation. A really interesting and interactive exhibition. The interior of most airplanes can also be viewed.”
“It was a great experience for the whole family. Led by a professional team, we were able to see many interesting things that are not possible as a passenger or a waiting person. A huge thank you to our leaders, a professional team, who still show humility, respect and love for MALÉV, aviation and their work.”
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Légiközlekedési Kulturális Központ Közhasznú Nonprofit Kft.
Seat: 1185 Budapest, BUD International Airport
Mailing address: 1675 Budapest, P.O. Box 174
VAT number: 22910653-2-43
Company registry number: 01-09-944347
Bank account number: 10101360-03379200-01003004
Pre-season and post-season:
Every day between 9:00-18:00
Monday-Thursday: between 9:00-18:00 Friday-Saturday-Sunday: between 9:00-20:00
Every day between 9:00-16:00
Coming by public transport, take bus 200E from Kőbánya-Kispest until Terminal 2, then stay on the bus until the first stop (“Repülőmúzeum”). From here, follow the signs to the entrance, for about 350 meters. From downtown, express bus 100E runs every 20 minutes from Deák tér, which, although for a special ticket price, provides quick and comfortable access to Ferenc Liszt Airport Terminal 2. From here, you can take the designated sidewalk to Aeropark, but this walk may be shortened by changing to bus 200E at Terminal 2, the first stop of which is “Repülőmúzeum”.
Access and parking by car and charter buses:
Leave the roundabout on the access road leading to Terminal 2 via the third exit; thereafter do not turn to the right (towards the pay parking lots), but proceed straight to the entrance.
Parking at Aeropark’s own parking lot is for free, exclusively for visitors to the museum. For everybody else, a fee of HUF 50,000 shall be paid. The Aeropark parking lot is closed outside of museum opening hours. Reserved buses can park at bus parking lots Nr. 4, 5 and 6, and the gravel-covered parking lot behind the bus parking lot is designated for personal vehicles.