National Museum Of Contemporary ArtCurrently Closed
- Address: Palace of the Parliament wing E4, Izvor St. 2-4, Bucharest 050563, Romania
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +40-213189137
- Ticket Price: 10 RON
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids
National Museum Of Contemporary Art - Review
This is one of the most important museums of Contemporary Art in southern Europe even though most of its focus is on Romanian artists. The vast exhibition hall is located inside a glass wing of the Palace of the Parliament. Exhibits are temporary and also feature international artists. Most of the works on exhibit are from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Most of the artists are young. Rounding off this cultural treasure is a rooftop bookstore and Cafe which might be even more popular than the actual Museum.
National Museum Of Contemporary Art Ticket Prices
- Free for kids.
National Museum Of Contemporary Art Opening and Closing Hours
- Thursday: 10am-9pm (for special exhibits)
How To reach National Museum Of Contemporary Art by Public Transport
- By Bus 136, N121 stop Casa Academiei.
- By Buses 136 and 385 stop Statie RATB.
- By Ivzor Metro Station.
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National Museum Of Contemporary Art, Bucharest Reviews
Very beautiful and interesting exhibitions. I was particularly impressed by the communist exhibition. It need more guidance and better labeling .
One of the most amazing museums in Romania, with some very good exhibitions and collections. Today (June 27 2018) I saw, as an example, a great exhibition of an artist that I didn't know, a lady of the paintbrush and other graphical instruments, Geogeta Năpăruș! Absolutely awesome!!! The museum is inside the Palace of the Parliament, somehow odd, on the backside, on a very ugly alley, full of holes and very dirty, impossible to understand why?! Even the artworks exposed outside seems to be there as a failed experiment, huh...
The parking is creepy and in bad state. The whole location is not very welcoming although some exhibitions are worth visiting. And some sunsets are beautiful.
Stumbled upon this by accident. A mixture of art styles is catered for and refreshments on the rooftop (4th floor) is well worth doing. Would especially recommend the caramel coffee frappe for relaxing in the sun with.
This Place is must in this city, shows and events are thoughtful and interesting Founded in 2001, the National Museum of Contemporary Art of Romania shaped itself as a living institution dedicated to exhibiting, researching and promoting Romanian contemporary art. Relocated inside the Palace of Parliament within the historically symbolic House of the People since 2004, the museum aims to present relevant names in Romanian and international art through a holistic approach to visual culture. Too bad its crammed in a government building with controlled access
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