The Aquincum museum is a tribute to the Romans and their legacy, encompassing an ancient playground of ruined stone. It’s located in the outer periphery of the city – Óbuda: District III. Your ticket gains you access to both the small indoor exhibit as well as the sprawling ruins outside. The indoor piece is not super impressive as far as museums go, but it is chock filled with information about the Roman legacy and is worth a gander in order to contextualize your discoveries outdoors. My favourite part of the outdoor section is the ruins of the “double bath”. Be sure to check out the perimeter of the park in order to marvel at some of the ancient Roman statuary which has been covered at archeological sites throughout the Carpathian Basin.