One of the most beautiful buildings on the Inner Ring Road is the neo-classical Hungarian National Museum dating from 1846. Its comprehensive displays richly illustrate the history of Hungary from its original founding onwards, and also include exhibitions of Roman, mediaeval and modern stonework. The building itself is regarded as a symbol of national independence, as it was the scene of pivotal events in the 1848 Revolution. The Revolution is now marked annually by the 15th March national holiday, when there are also commemorative events held at the museum.
- Hungary's story because of the foundation of a state until 1990 - Middle Ages
- Hungary's story because of the foundation of a state until 1990 - New Age, legújabbkor
- Scholarly Hungarians, who the XX. century it was done
- On the border of east and West - the story of the folk of the Hungarian land Kr. this. 400 000 - Kr .u. Until 804
- Koronázási Palást
- Medieval and early modern stone collection
- Lapidary - Roman stone collection