Visiting hours:
The National Museum of Art of Romania, the Theodor Pallady Museum and the K. H. Zambaccian Museum can be visited: Wednesday-Friday 10am-6pm
Saturday-Sunday 11am-7pm, Monday and Tuesday closed. Free entry on the first Wednesday of the month.
The Art Collections Museum: Monday, Tuesday and Friday, 10am-6pm, Saturday and Sunday 11am-7pm, closed Wednesday and Thursday. Free entry on the first Friday of the month.
Last entrance: 1 hour before closing for The National Museum of Art of Romania and the Art Collections Museum and 30 minutes for the Theodor Pallady Museum, the K. H. Zambaccian Museum and the temporary exhibitions.
The European Decorative Art Gallery and the The Romanian Modern Art Gallery will be temporarily closed for technical reasons starting on June 13, 2024.

The National Museum of Art of Romania
The European Decorative Art Gallery

The European Decorative Art Gallery

Divided into six rooms, illustrates four centuries of the history of taste and refinement, of European innovations, manufactures and craftsmen from Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Switzerland, France, Germany, Italy, Holland, Spain, Russia of the 16th-19th centuries and completes the museum's permanent collections, together with the European Art Gallery and the National Gallery.

Nicolae Grigorescu - Painter of the Romanian Ethos

Nicolae Grigorescu - Painter of the Romanian Ethos

The exhibition was curated by a team from MNAR, including
Dr. Călin-Alexiu Stegerean, general director and coordinating curator,
Alina Petrescu, head of the Modern Romanian Art section,
Miruna Moraru, curator, and Monica Croitoru-Tonciu, curator.

The Art Collections Museum

The Art Collections Museum

Inaugurated in 1978 as a Department of the National Museum of Art of Romania, the Art Collections Museum showcases artistic interests that prevailed in Romanian society from the early 20th century onward. Over 30 collections on permanent display incorporate a variety of art pieces and collectibles, ranging from Romanian and European fine and decorative arts to Oriental art. Donated over nearly a century by both collectors and artists, they bear witness to their owners’ taste and economic power, their leaning toward famous names or contemporary art, as well as to the artists’ particular interests, surroundings, and daily studio practice. Works by well-known Romanian painters such as Theodor Aman, Nicolae Grigorescu, Ioan Andreescu, Nicolae Tonitza, Gheorghe Petraşcu, Theodor Pallady, Lucian Grigorescu, Iosif Iser, Camil Ressu, Francisc Şirato, Alexandru Ciucurencu, Dimitrie Ghiaţă are exhibited alongside European and Japanese prints and drawings, French furniture, Oriental carpets, and folk icons from Transylvania. This unique museum is hosted by the former Romanit palace. The building, an example of modern Bucharest architecture, was recently restored and refurbished. Wherever possible, displays suggest the original layout and atmosphere of individual collections.

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