Welcome to the Labyrinth!

The Labyrinth, located in the depths of the Castle Hill, has been used since the Middle Ages for many purposes: a shelter, a patio or a prison. Gothic and renaissance stone monuments, Turkish tombstones can be visited in winding corridors, vaulted rooms. You will participate in underground time travel with the destinations ranging from the palaces of Sigismund of Luxemburg and Mathias I, mystical monuments from the time of the Turkish occupation of Hungary, and traces dating back millions of years.
Medieval Hungary comes to life from state founder St. Stephen to King Matthias, in the Labyrinth can be visited the statues of the most famous Hungarian kings.
The Cave Exhibition features special photographs and reports by photographers and adventurers about the most beautiful caves of the world.


Budavári – 1014 Budapest Úri street 9.

How can you find us?

Public Transport:

Bus number 16 from Deak Square, direction: Castle Hill. Stop: Szentharomsag Square (the highest point of the ride).

Bus number 16A or 116 from Szell Kalman Square (former Moszkva Square , Buda’s main transport hub, on Metro line M2). Stop: Disz Square (next to Mathias Church).