Go visit if you like art and want a classic art experience. You won't see any international famous must see pieces.
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The museum had a very interesting temporary exhibition about neo-romaticism and a vast collection of artworks mostly from XVIII and XIX centuries. But the information provided in English to foreigners was insufficient and staff was not very willing to communicate.
This large museum is housed in the previous royal palace. It is a very nice neoclassical building, divided into two wings and located on one of the principal avenues of the city. On the front of the building, there is a fairly large sculpture garden,...More
Larger collection than you'd think. RON 25 for both the Romanian and the European collections and worth it (15 each if done separately). Collection spans a few floors. Romanian mostly focused on early century religious art. European has a nice array of lesser known Masters....More
A nicely laid out gallery with Italian, French, Flemish, Dutch and other masters in a beautiful building. Nice to be able to see the paintings close to, and in an almost empty gallery! The marble staircase on departure is very opulent and beautiful. A must...More
A most impressive museum. Contains a substantial collection of local artists whose paintings and sculptures are worth seeing. Highly recommended.
Fine collection of Romanian art, and quite an extensive European collection - all in a lovely building. Very reasonable entry charge
This art gallery is set out in quite a traditional way, leading you chronologically through the various phases of Romanian art. In the medieval sections there are very good explanatory texts in several languages; not in the later periods. Some good sculpture as well as...More