In the exhibition, monitors and touch screens in two languages (Hungarian and English) will provide visitors with a more complete information and experience. The monitors show films about each excavation, while the touch screens contain exciting games related to the objects in the exhibition. Activities are fun for all ages!
QR code guided tour:
The bilingual (Hungarian-English) text and image information in the exhibition is complemented by longer texts and images in four languages (Hungarian, English, German and Slovak), using QR codes placed throughout the exhibition. If the QR code scanning is not handled automatically by your phone’s camera, you can download the necessary app free of charge from the Play Store. For those without internet access, the museum’s wi-fi network is available. Of course, our highly knowledgeable guides are also at the disposal of all visitors.
You can request a virtual reality game from the guides, which can be used in the museum’s educational activity room. Two visitors at a time can enjoy the virtual helmet experience, developed by Leopoly Ltd. in collaboration with archaeologists and restorers for the Brigetio Heritage exhibition. Enterprising visitors can discover the life of a Roman town like Brigetio by walking through its houses and bakeries and test their knowledge of the period by playing games while visiting the exhibition.