The Great Medieval Synagogue in Buda was built in the 15th century, destroyed in 1686. The building is now abandoned.
The small medieval synagogue in Buda presumably existed in the fourteenth century and was later included in the structure of a dwelling house. The original layout of the synagogue is not clear. The preserved wall paintings include a Star of David inscribed with the text of the priestly benediction pronounced by the cohanim when they bless the worshippers, and a bow and arrow, inscribed with the Prayer of Hannah. Currently the synagogue is a museum. It also houses a lapidarium with Jewish tombstones from the medieval and Ottoman periods (thirteenth to seventeenth centuries).
The Újlaki Synagogue in Budapest is a Neologist synagogue completed in 1888 by architect Sándor Fellner. The synagogue was rebuilt in 1928 by architects Dezső Jakab and Aladárand Soós. This brick building still serves as a synagogue.