Situated in Kazinczy Street, the building of the Museum of Electric Engineering (Elektrotechnikai Múzeum) is passed by hundreds of locals in the morning, teachers-to-be during the day, and party tourists at night, it is still unknown to both the citizens of Budapest and foreigners. A visit is surley worth your time: the museum staff will entertain you with dozens of fun facts and a a number of memories will surely resurface when you catch glimpse of an iron just like the one your granny had. You can see old-school neon signs in the courtyard, in the embrace of a U-shaped Bauhaus building, which used to supply direct current to downtown Pest for half-a-century.