The National Museum of Romanian History is a museum situated in the Romanian capital city, Bucharest. The museum was established in 1970, it is currently housed in the eclectic former Postal Services Building. The museum tells the history of Romania, it has a collection that includes items from prehistoric Romania up to modern times. Some notable items in the collection include the Crown Jewels of Romania, Trajan’s Column and the Dacian bracelet. It is the place to go in the city to immerse yourself in Romanian history.
The closest metro stop is a 5-minute walk away at ‘Placa Unirii’ which is served by the M1, M2 and M3 lines. The 104, 123, 124 and 385 buses stop close by.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum is open five days a week, Wednesday to Sunday 9am-5pm. Admission is set at 25LEI for adults, 15LEI for seniors and 7LEI for students and children.