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The current neo-Baroque castle dates back to the late 19th c. The castle completely burnt out during World War II. Restoration revealed several parts of the medieval royal palace, and then it became home to the Hungarian National Gallery, the Budapest History Museum, National Széchényi Library and the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Budapest History Museum – Castle Museum, situated in the beautiful Buda Castle itself, showcases the main collection of Budapest’s archaeological finds, displaying the evolution (and sometimes the destruction) of the various settlements all the way from Roman times up until the 13th century. Visitors can travel back in time, to see part of the medieval Royal Palace of Buda.