All history museums and attractions to visit in Bucharest

Bucharest (Romania) is a good place to visit if you are interested in history. Below we list all 10 history museums in Bucharest, to lose yourself in the place's cultural heritage and local history.

Are you a real history buff and are you looking for the best history museums to visit in Bucharest? These are the ones:

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    Ceauşescu Mansion

    Palatul Primaverii, also called The Ceauşescu Mansion was built in the mid-1960s and was called Palatul Primaverii (The Spring Palace) at that time. The house was the private residence of the Ceauşescu family from 1965 until 1989, including Nicolae (the Romanian communist politician), his wife Elena
  2. Romanian Peasant Museum2

    Romanian Peasant Museum

    The Romanian Peasant Museum (National Museum of the Romanian Peasant) is a museum devoted to peasant life, housed in a in a Neo-Romanian style historical building.The museum holds the richest collection of peasant objects in Romania, with around 90.000 pieces on the subject. The Romanian Peasant Mus
  3. George Enescu Museum3

    George Enescu Museum

    The George Enescu Museum is a museum in Bucharest dedicated to the work of George Enescu, a Romanian composer, violinist, pianist, conductor, and teacher. The National Museum “George Enescu” is housed in the Cantacuzino Palace, with an Art Nouveau style entrance. The collection of the museum is laid
  4. National Museum of Romanian History4

    National Museum of Romanian History

    The National Museum of Romanian History is a history museum in Bucharest, housed in the former Postal Services Palace. The museum displays historical artifacts from Romania, from prehistoric times up to modern times. The museum consists of around 60 exhibition rooms. Highlights in its collections in
  5. Museum of the History of the Romanian Jewish Community5

    Museum of the History of the Romanian Jewish Community

    The Museum of the History of the Romanian Jewish Community in Bucharest is a history museum dedicated to the history of the Jews in Romania. The displays include a collection of books related to Romanian Jews, an archive of the history of Romanian Jewry, paintings of and by Romanian Jews, memorabili
  6. Foișorul de Foc6

    Foișorul de Foc

  7. Theodor Pallady Museum7

    Theodor Pallady Museum

    The Theodor Pallady Museum in Bucharest is housed in the Melik House, a traditional merchant house. The museum is devoted to Romanian painter Theodor Pallady. The museum holds the Serafina and Gheorghe Răut collection, that includes a core selection of paintings by the artist and more than 800 print
  8. Victor Babes Museum8

    Victor Babes Museum

    The Victor Babes Museum is a museum in Bucharest devoted to Victor Babeș, a Romanian physician, bacteriologist, academician and professor. The museum is housed in his residence, designed in the eclectic style typical of the 1920s. The Museum displays all objects that he had surrounded himself with w
  9. The Nottara Memorial Museum9

    The Nottara Memorial Museum

    The Nottara Memorial Museum in Bucharest is devoted to Constantin I. Nottara, a Romanian actor and one of the most important figures in the history of the national theater in Romania. The collection of the museum is exhibited over two floors in the building.
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