With the help of the Norwegian Fund, the Local Authority of Gödöllő Town renovated the Royal Waiting-house in 2011 creating also a stand for museum exhibitions, a café and a centre of tourism.
The present train station was built for the royal couple (Elizabeth and Franz Joseph) so that they can reach Gödöllő from Budapest. The reconstruction works of the building built with Ionic culumns in 1874 are underway. The building with a dome roof, wrought iron culumns, elaborate platform cover, new driveway for the carriages and flowerbeads will host an exhibition which will show the past time royal waiting rooms' atmoshere with souvenirs, miniatures of old trains and furniture. The royal statues will be placed back on their original places. Photgraphs and cards will be also exhibited to invoke the old royal times.
Monday to Sunday 10.00-18.00
Ticket price: 300.- HUF / person
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Phone:(28) 514 130
Source: MUZA, 2017,