Fuveszkert Botanic Garden
The first botanic garden in Hungary founded in 1771 was moved to its final place on the estate of the Festetics family in 1847, in the heart of the current Józsefváros. The garden is one of the venues (Füvészkert) of the famous novel by Ferenc Molnár (Pál utcai fiúk - Pál Street Boys). Since 1960 it has become a nature conservation area of national value, with 7,000 species and variety of plants. Tropical and subtropical plants are housed in the monument building of Palm-House (Pálmaház) built in the 19th century And the glasshouse built in 1984. Rich collection of cactuses, bromelias and orchids.