Romanian Athenaeum is a concert hall in the Romanian city of Bucharest. The hall was opened in 1888, designed by French architect Albert Galleron. The circular building has been the main concert hall in the city since its opening. However most of the building is now from a 1992 reconstruction and restoration led by architect Racula Nicora, this was needed as the building was near collapse. It is a beautiful Neoclassical building that has an imposing exterior and a grand interior. It is no surprise why it is the venue in the city for hosting a major concert.
The concert hall is situated in the city centre. You can get there by bus, the 122, 137, 138 and 268 buses stop close by.
Opening Times and Admission
The best way to see the hall is by attending a concert. Concerts are listed on the hall's website and tickets can also be purchased on there.