House of Terror
Forty-six years had to pass for 60 Andrássy Avenue to be reborn in this Neo-Renaissance building. In the course of the reconstruction, the building was declared to be a monument.
The black passe-partout (the decorative strip, the shear wall, and the granite floor tile) provides a framework for the museum, and this contrast distinguishes the museum from the raw of the buildings along Andrássy Avenue. In accordance with its historical importance, this solution draws attention to the house itself. The installations of the exhibition, which can be seen in the building, were placed on the ground floor and on the first and the second floor, as well as in the ill-famed cellars, on the staircase, and in the internal courtyard. Visitors are provided with a lot of information on the ten touchscreen terminals, which show the floors and the rooms of the exhibition. The unique House of Terror Museum would like to commemorate our compatriots who were imprisoned, tortured, and killed in this building.