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National Museum of Art of Romania (Muzeul National de Arta al Romaniei)
National Museum of Art of Romania (Muzeul National de Arta al Romaniei)

National Museum of Art of Romania (Muzeul National de Arta al Romaniei)

May–Sept Wed–Sun 11am–7pm; Oct–Apr Wed–Sun 10am–6pm
Calea Victoriei 49-53, Bucharest, 010063

The basics

Some walking tours of Bucharest make brief stops at the museum so that visitors can admire the exterior of the Royal Palace, and find out more about its former role as a royal residence. Travelers who want to view the art collections can choose between single gallery admission tickets, which grant access to either the National Gallery or the European Art Gallery, or combination tickets, which include entry to both galleries.

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Bucharest Panoramic Sightseeing - Private City Tour
Bucharest Panoramic Sightseeing - Private City Tour
$67.78 per adult
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Cristina_S, Jun 2022

Things to know before you go

  • The museum features some English signage, and an English-language audio guide covering the Romanian medieval art collection is available.
  • Some—though not all—galleries are wheelchair-accessible.
  • Bags, coats, and umbrellas can be stored in the on-site cloakroom.
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How to get there

The museum is situated on Revolution Square (Piața Revoluției) in the center of Bucharest. The museum is approximately a 10-minute walk from Roman Square (Piața Romană) and Universitate metro stations.

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When to get there

The National Museum of Art of Romania is spacious and usually uncrowded, especially in the morning. It is closed on Mondays, Tuesdays, and during public holidays.

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What Else to See on Revolution Square

Earning its name from the Romanian Revolution of 1989, which saw Communist dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu overthrown, Revolution Square attracts the attention of many sightseers. As well as being the setting for the National Museum of Art of Romania, the square also hosts several other important monuments including the Memorial of Rebirth, which honors the victims of the revolution; the 19th-century Romanian Athenaeum concert hall; and the former headquarters of the Romanian Communist Party, where Nicolae Ceaușescu made his last speech before fleeing Bucharest by helicopter.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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What are the nearest attractions to National Museum of Art of Romania (Muzeul National de Arta al Romaniei)?
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Attractions near National Museum of Art of Romania (Muzeul National de Arta al Romaniei):
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