Museums in Bucharest

Bucharest truly is a living museum, and it's a pleasure to walk along the streets in its historic centre. Not only that, but it also home to several wonderful museums, here we'll tell you about the ones we think you should visit.

Village Museum

The Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum gives visitors a chance to discover the way of life in different regions in rural Romania.

Ceausescu Mansion

Ceausescu Mansion opened to the public in 2016 to show the ostentatious lives of two of the main political figures in Romania.

Cotroceni Palace

Cotroceni Palace is the Romanian President's offical residence. It's a beautiful mansion in the heart of the city which can even be visited by tourists.

National Museum

The National Museum of Art of Romania houses a collection of medieval and modern Romanian art, as well as an excellent collection of European pieces.

National History Museum

Standing tall on Victory Avenue, the National History Museum of Romania proudly displays the country's turbulent history.

Natural History Museum

The Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History shows is the beauty and richness of the natural world in which we live.

Sutu Palace

Sutu Palace is one of the oldest aristocratic residencies in Bucharest; a beautiful building built in 1835 that remains almost entirely intact.

George Enescu Museum

Located in the beautiful Cantacuzino Palace, the George Enescu National Museum pays tribute to the country's most important composer and conductor.