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Calea Victoriei nr. 111

 

Hours and admission

Museum opening hours

Wednesday to Sunday, 10.00 to 18.00

The visit will take place every hour - from the opening time (10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17) and having as a starting point the central hall of body B (central). Supervisors will accompany the group through the museum indicating their route and ensuring compliance with measures to prevent the spread of Covid 19.

No prior registration is required for the visit.
Groups can benefit from guidance only upon request, following the sending of a request to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at least 2 days before the visit.
Visiting hours: Wednesday - Sunday: 10.00-18.00; the last entry is at 17.00.

Closed on Thursday, Friday, 1, 2, 24 January, Easter Holiday, Whit Sunday and Whit Monday, May Day, 1 June, 15 August, 1, 25 and 26 December.

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Inaugurated in 1978 as a Department of the National Museum of Art of Romania, the Art Collections Museum showcases artistic interests that prevailed in Romanian society from the early 20th century onward. Over 30 collections on permanent display incorporate a variety of art pieces and collectibles, ranging from Romanian and European fine and decorative arts to Oriental art. Donated over nearly a century by both collectors and artists, they bear witness to their owners’ taste and economic power, their leaning toward famous names or contemporary art, as well as to the artists’ particular interests, surroundings, and daily studio practice.

Works by well-known Romanian painters such as Theodor Aman, Nicolae Grigorescu, Ioan Andreescu, Nicolae Tonitza, Gheorghe Petraşcu, Theodor Pallady, Lucian Grigorescu, Iosif Iser, Camil Ressu, Francisc Şirato, Alexandru Ciucurencu, Dimitrie Ghiaţă are exhibited alongside European and Japanese prints and drawings, French furniture, Oriental carpets, and folk icons from Transylvania.

This unique museum is hosted by the former Romanit palace. The building, an example of modern Bucharest architecture, was recently restored and refurbished. Wherever possible, displays suggest the original layout and atmosphere of individual collections.