The National Museum of Art of Romania

Bucharest, Romania
4.6 / 5
The museum was founded in 1950, its first exhibits were works of art from the collection of the Romanian ruler Carol I. Subsequently, the exhibition was replenished through private collections. The museum contains samples of decorative art: antique furniture, tapestries, dishes, icons, carpets. A considerable part of museum funds is composed of paintings by famous painters - Romanian, European and Russian.
The National Museum of Art of Romania
The National Museum of Art of Romania
Address:Calea Victoriei 49-53, București
Phone:+40 21 313 3030
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: Closed wednesday: 10:00–18:00 thursday: 10:00–18:00 friday: 10:00–18:00 saturday: 10:00–18:00 sunday: 10:00–18:00


Large and interesting collection of Romanian art and adjoining European gallery, well worth seeing. Particularly enjoyed art from ancient monasteries pulled down by Ceausescu. Friendly staff. Negatives are that this place does not accept credit cards.. Read more »


Superb value museum. A ticket for two including the European gallery was just 50 Lei (£9/€10/$11) and we took in the gallery over about 3 hours with a walk out for coffee in between. Only complaint was the rude staff member who prevented us from leav.. Read more »


We went Sunday, around 11:00. There were not many visitors. The museum is divided in two main sections: Romanian and European art, with two or more temporary exhibitions. There is a variety of pieces of arts, mostly paintings and scuptures; some of t.. Read more »


A retrospective of Romanian art from the medieval beginnings in the form of wood crafts and religious paintings to modern sculptures and representations of the life of a Romanian peasant. Additionally, the museum is well divided in different parts. .. Read more »


Very nice art collections from Romania and Europe, from Grigorescu to Brueghel The Old.


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