Dimitrie Leonida Technical Museum

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  • Ticket Price: Free

Dimitrie Leonida Technical Museum is located in Bucharest, Romania.

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  • 3.26% of people who visit Bucharest include Dimitrie Leonida Technical Museum in their plan

  • 31.82% of people start their Dimitrie Leonida Technical Museum visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Dimitrie Leonida Technical Museum

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95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Dimitrie Leonida Technical Museum

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  • Not recommended. No English, no descriptions, no story behind the exposition. Only bare exponates with titles. A lot of them though. Very obsolete.

  • Nice place to visit. Cheap ticket. Could use some renovation but the state in which it is as common to Romanian museums. Worth a visit, especially with the car and bikes collection on the first floor. A lot about factories, mining and nuclear stuff.

  • Unfortunately, an extreme well procured museum, slipped in to wrong hand. Due to some economical hocus-pochus, the museum location (one of the best technical museum that I've seen in Europe), together with buildings and the technological pieces, that makes the object of that "poor" (now) exhibition, have been transferred in the custody of some corporation, which looks to be more interested of the value of the lands, than the idea of museum it self. More likley, they intend pushing it to ruins, in order to have a reason to demolish it. That place use to be the best place to go when I've been a child, and the foundation of my education since I'm an engineer. It use to be that place where some of the best Romanian examples of ingeniously and master pieces, regarding engineering and technology, could be visited as a bridge over time. This year, I've visited Romania and I wanted to see this museum, may be the last time, together with my two, 5 and 9 year old boys. It wasn't possible, even it suppose to be open. Reason? Because the main director (I gues now a CEO) says so! It is not clear for me why is this happening with most of Romanian history (not just with this place). The first feeling I have when I've been looking in to my child's disappointed eyes, it was that someone trying to erase any evidence of this nation capabilities. Because, one of my best point as an engineer, it is that I've learn there, in Leonida Museum, that one of my own kind, trained in the same school, with the same knowledge, in the same language and all other premises, have managed to do such great job, and there is no reason for me to ever backup. There I've learned to start it with the first bolt, and to end up with a ballistic racket.

  • A muzeum founded in the comunist era with exhibits and presentation pretty much unchanged since then. With the exception of temporary exhibitions hosted in one of the muzeul halls, the rest of museum consists in obscure industrial mashinery, which might appeal truly dedicated technical historians or students of ingeneering but lack the kind of context and spectacular that would move the casual visitor. Modern musems engage the visitor with interactive exhibits, abbreviates the explanations and present the context for each exhibit. Also, modern museums cover in addition to past history the present day materials. This museum is stuck in the past and didn't expand it's collection for many decades. It's current patrimonium is valuable and still interesting but the museum badly need a refresh. It needs new kind of presentation and new exhibits. Anyway for a 2-3 hours visit it's certainly worth to be seen.

  • Great, if dated, technical museum. There is no signage in anything other than Romanian, so be sure to take Google Translate (which of course you have because your an engineer visiting a technical museum). The second floor contains a large array of models and technical experiments that were used in the past to explain different technical concepts to students. Definitely worth the 10 RON entry fee.

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