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National Military Museum, Romania

2 Hours

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Opening hours

  • Sunday 09:00 - 17:00
  • Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
  • Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
  • Friday 09:00 - 17:00
  • Saturday 09:00 - 17:00
The National Military Museum (Romanian: Muzeul Militar Naţional), located at 125-127 Mircea Vulcănescu St., Bucharest, Romania, was established in 1923 by King Ferdinand. It has been at its present site since 1988, in a building finished in 1898.
  • Alx Grt

    16 days ago

    What a great surprise. The National Military Museum in Bucharest is a large, full of displayed treasures and extremely well done complex. Chronologically organized, the path laid out will teach visitors plenty of details about Romania, from Paleolithic age to nowadays. Medieval Period, 19th century, WW1 and WW2 sections are splendid. Weapons, uniforms, battle flags, orders and medals, tanks and many more. A must do if you’re interested in History. 16 lei admission fee for adults (2017).

  • Ender M

    6 days ago

    The museum is stuck in the nineties. It's a pity that the exhibits aren't put in their deserved places. The location is well suited for a museum but the presentation is not. No interactive items, the descriptions are small and sometimes on the glasses. The staff is like Grinch except for the ladies from the main entrance which are kid-friendly. Overall, it's worth visiting but keep yours expectations low so you won't be disappointed.

  • Harvey Graham-Green

    21 days ago

    Looks like an excellent museum but the very unfriendly and unhelpful ladies do not allow anyone in after 4pm. So get there earlier. Sad!

  • Bogdan Paunica

    a month ago

    Very nice museum. Wouldn"t hurt to give a small flyer at the entry with the place map

  • Mira Bratu

    4 months ago

    Very large museum It was a surprise there are so many things to see, starting from the first weapons from geto-roman wars all the way to medieval fortresses, peasant rebellions and more recent wars. Also, there are 3 additional buildings to visit apart from the main one, which include coaches, military uniforms, aviation models and of course a yard full of tanks of different sizes and from different ages. The downside is it lacks a general map of all the things to visit and we had no idea to make a plan to spend several hours there. Definitely a place to visit again