THE 10 BEST Museums in Bucharest - Tripadvisor

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#1 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
... Băncilă, Camil Ressu, Rudolf Cumpăna, Dumitru Ghiață, George Baron Lowendal ; a wide variety of handmade tapestries, plus a large number of mosaics designed by Prof. Olga Porumbaru and Prof. Florin Pârvulescu.
We went to visit this palace and it was amazing worth visiting to know part of Romanian ex president, we went in to a private tour the guide was so cooperative and informative we enjoyed our time there we spend so...
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#2 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
had a great time here, i bet the collection will grow and grow, very relaxed and friendly staff too - lots of photo opportunities and you are encouraged to dress up join in and touch stuff
We had so much fun here, it gave us a completely different perspective on Romanian life and culture while constantly poking fun at itself, the mix was interesting and educating but also fun and hilarious at times.
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#3 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
A visit will invite you to a fascinating meeting with a large collection of exhibits from the fields of biology, nature, science and zoology, and of course fascinating exhibits displayed in the changing exhibitions.
it is a fantastic place ,with 3 levels of species, if you want to be Lara Croft or something like that, it is a perfect place to be. the place is perfect to visit it with your kids, because you can teach them for...
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#4 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
There aren't many places like this in Europe so if you visit Bucharest plan to visit this museum as well but plan ahead the time of your visit as it can get crowded and then you have to wait a very long time.
The guides were very helpful and offered us tips & tricks in how to take photos and explaining all the exhibits.One of the girls , offered us a thorough walk-through all the museum and offered assistance with the...
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#5 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
The second part, very nicely displayed, is a collection of non-Romanian, mostly Western European art, also spanning several centuries and including early Renaissance paintings and sculptures, and visual arts from...
The building chosed for the new museum was caredully restored and it hosts, now, some tens of art collections with, mainly, modern Romanian and universal art, in a cosy and peaceful atmosphere.
#6 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
The Palace is the residence of the President, but many parts are open as part of the Cotroceni National Museum which reflects the history of Medieval and Modern Cotroceni.
Because we had originally signed up for the tour of both the palace and the monastery, Irina made special arrangements for us to see the monastery - just the two of us.
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#7 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
The highlights for me were the three beautiful paintings by El Greco, three perfect sculptures by Rodin, French impressionists and Breughel the Younger's Four seasons.
National Art Museum of Romania owns the richest collections of Romanian medieval and modern art, European art, decorative arts and oriental art in the country.
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#8 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
Since they came from various European countries, some could relate to the stories easily and started remembering stories from their own families who had lived in communist countries, while others were surprised to...
Had a great experience with this museum - Raluca helped us figure out the tickets for the same day we called, which was super helpful.
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#9 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
Built in French Baroque/Art Nouveau style, by my opinion, this is one of the most beautiful houses in Bucharest and certainly a place to visit (today it hosts a small museum dedicated to composer Enescu).
The Museum's collection includes musical instruments, furniture, decorative arts as well as photographs, manuscripts and testimonies to the multiple accomplishments of the artist.
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#10 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
This is a super museum that covers the history of weapons from about 5000BC to the present day, as well as the military history of Romania and the regions that preceded it.
acres of cannons, T-72 tanks, anti aircraft guns, SAM missiles, a panzer tank, a Mig 17, Alouette helicopter, railway gun and much more…they are strewn about like childrens toys and you just wander around…it was a...
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#11 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
The collection consists of paintings, drawings and sculptures by artists like Nicolae Grigorescu, Stefan Luchian, Ioan Andreescu, Nicolae Tonitza, Theodor Pallady, Theodor Aman, Georghe Petrascu, Camil Ressu, Osca...
Excellentent private collection of the best of Romanian artists but also some Monet, Picasso and even Brancusi, NIce villa in a very quiet and beautiful quarter.
#12 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
Unlike other museums in the world, each room becomes a living space where you can breathe the atmosphere of a part of the Romanian village world: the school, the church, the hearth of the house.
The National Museum of the Romanian Peasant is a museum in Bucharest, with a collection of textiles, icons, ceramics, and other artifacts of Romanian peasant life.
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#13 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
The murals are also incredible i can’t believe there are still places like this ... my opinion is that it is a must for every wandering art lover out there.
Besides its beauty, you will find here a team of professionals in the art of photography and a wide range of antique costumes.
#14 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
Housed in a neo-gothic villa in the leafy suburbs, this is unique museum will literally travel you through history and geography starting from 16th century into 19th century.
If you like history and geography and old drawings of Romanian geographical landmarks this is for you.
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#15 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
A most decorative entrance area leads to multiple rooms, each filled with paintings and gorgeously designed wood art, mostly produced by the great artist himself.
This is an excellent art museum displaying a lot of works of one of the most famous Romanian painters, Theodor Aman, the founder of Romanian school of art.
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#16 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
Me and my family went alone and discovered by ourselves the museum: interesting facts about World War I, followed by attractive paintings, part of Trajan’s Column (a copy) very well presented, jewelry, including R...
Very small museum (relative to the size of the building you see on the street) but filled with interesting pieces of history! - Cheap entry - "Treasures" exhibit is gorgeous (jewels and gold) - Location: in Old To...
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#17 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
It is a memorial house, a late 19th century - early 20th century haven of two prosperous and affluent intellectuals, an exquisite pallazino that hosts rare art and unique objects.
... the quantity and quality of objects on display is very impressive and includes Greek pottery, stunning silver and gold jewellery, Roman glass and pottery, figurines, clay lamps and coins from different periods.
#18 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
Beautiful for learning about Jewish life in Romania, beautiful for admiring the exquisite paintings from the first floor, some of the world's famous Jewish artists like Victor Brauner and Marcel Iancu.
a wonderful museum in a wonderful synagogue, beautiful art and very educative for the history of this community in Bucharest.
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#19 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
The Rotenberg-Uzunov Art Gallery has some amazing artworks and currently they present the extraordinary artworks of the most important and famous sculpture in Romania, Mircea Roman.
#20 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
#21 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
This is the only train museum in Bucharest, and the diorama is awesome, if you like trains you should visit it.
Our kids (4 years old) liked Museum of Romanian Railways a lot.
#22 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
It teaches science in a very experiential way and the kids are thrilled that they run the experiments themselves instead of having a grown-up do them.
Bogdan, was the science guru, spoke English and very helpful and kind.
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#24 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
Located in the former house of Ana Pauker, fully renovated into a modern museum facility.
This is one of the best museum in the city, and it's a private one(maybe that's why).
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#25 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
200% kudos to Mihai for making the tour interesting.
The tour is free but make sure you book 2 days in advance and bring your passports!
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#26 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
Comprising five floors of exciting Romanian Contemporary art, this museum is a must visit for art lovers.
You can spend quite a lot of time here, as there are many exhibits and a good variety of different types of art.
#27 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
Most of the art inside is done by the Storck family starting with Karl in late nineteenth century, lots of sculptures made by Frederic his youngest son, all paintings done by Frederic's wife Cecilia.
The house of sculptor Frederic Storck and his wife, Cecilia Cutescu Storck, a painter, will leave you impressed.
#28 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
The oldest house in Bucharest, the Melik House, dating from 1760, shelters in the 8 rooms open to the public, the collection of the Serafina and Gheorghe Răuţ spouses, friends of the painter Theodor Pallady, where...
Museum is out of the way - but if you have the main ticket, it is worth a walk through the suburbs to find.
#30 of 70 Museums in Bucharest
There are various radar installations and rocket launchers but outside the collection of Mig fighters is something to see with the star, a MiG 29 sniper supersonic fighter capable of Mach 2.25 Inside are exhibits...
We usually visit this museum twice a month as your kid is very passionate about planes.