National Museum of Romanian History

Bucharest, Romania
3.4 / 9
The museum is located in the historical building of the main branch of the city post office, before this building was called the "Postal Palace". The exposition covers all historical periods - from the Paleolithic era to the present. The museum has an extensive and rich archaeological collection of various artifacts that can be used to trace the history of the states that were the predecessors of modern Romania.
National Museum of Romanian History
Address:Calea Victoriei 12, București
Phone:+40 21 315 8207
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: Closed wednesday: 09:00–17:00 thursday: 09:00–17:00 friday: 09:00–17:00 saturday: 09:00–17:00 sunday: 09:00–17:00


Lots and lots and lots to see here, but the organization isn't as great as I've seen in other places. The main display by far is the reconstruction of the Trajan's Column from Rome. They've got the base and the first round of panels from that column .. Read more »


I went on a huge tour here! I learned so much about Romania's history and specifically Bucharest. Fascinating city, the entire city center is comprised of historical remnants from times long past. Things of great historical importance.


They don't care about the Google My Business page, as they show here other opening hours than in reality. They are only open Wednesday to Sunday, 9 to 5pm. It's better you check their opening hours on their website, not here.


Currently there's nothing to see here, just some gold and a copy of the column. Apparently there's no money to finance the renovation of the upper floors. They still charge you 20 Lei without hesitation, not even mentioning that you won't see anythin.. Read more »


I consider it to be the pearl of Bucharest! You will learn a lot and some items will astonish you. First on my list and really really good.


The information and descriptions lack continuity and cohesiveness. I left the museum with more questions than answers. Additionally, not all student IDs are accepted, so anticipate paying the full 20 lei price.


This is a great museum dedicated to Romanian history. They also have a large replica of Trajan's Column along with many, many tombstones and grave markers that are hundreds of years old. You really need to take your time to look carefully at the ex.. Read more »


I was amazed by the reliefs from the Column of Trajan, yeah they have an exact copy inside, just like the one in Rome. But here the carvings are left at eye level and are chronologically placed so one can go trough the scenes describing the war betwe.. Read more »


I found the more current displays showing the fall of Nicolas Ceausescu some of the more interesting artifacts in this museum. There was also a room with jewels and armor as well as certain columns. The columns were ok. You can spend a few hours w.. Read more »


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