Labyrinth of Budapest

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The half-a-million-year-old tufa cave cabins, have started to be linked with each other in the mediaeval ages. The cave has started to fulfil various roles wine vaults, torturing chambers, prisons and hideaways. King Matthias captured Dracula in Transylvania. He had him taken to Buda as a captive, where he was sentenced to ten years imprisonment in the Labyrinth's prison. Explore here the Coffin Torture, the impaled corpses of his victims and medieval handcuffs.


Permanent exhibition |attraction, family & culture, exhibition
An exhibition of the most beautiful and extraordinary caves of the world  in the Labyrinth. You can delight in the uplifting... More
Permanent exhibition |attraction, family & culture, exhibition
The Stone Exhibition of the Labyrinth features 40 valuable stone monuments linked to the history of Buda. Limestone and red marble relics,... More
Permanent exhibition |attraction, family & culture
The Ball of the Black Count, in three large stages.