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Highly recommended!

This museum is located in a beautiful neighborhood, Dorobanti, and it is accessible by public... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Carmen194
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Bucharest, Romania
Good art museum

The art is nicely shown in a great environment. There are painting by a number of great artists... read more

Reviewed 17 June 2018
EspenEkeroth
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This museum is located in a beautiful neighborhood, Dorobanti, and it is accessible by public transportation (bus and metro). The building was commissioned by Krikor Zambaccian, a businessman and art collector of Armenian origin, to host his art collection. It gives an overview of the...More

Thank Carmen194
Reviewed 17 June 2018

The art is nicely shown in a great environment. There are painting by a number of great artists mostly done during 1800-1900. The building itself is also a nice to view. The price is reasonable.

Thank EspenEkeroth
Reviewed 2 April 2018

The museum is located in the former home of Krikor Zambaccian (1889 –1962), a businessman and art collector. The museum was founded in 1947, closed by the Ceauşescu regime in 1977, and re-opened in 1992. It is now a branch of The National Museum of...More

Thank Masha B
Reviewed 25 January 2018

It contains artworks from the most famous Romanian artists (Grigorescu, Pallady, Ressu, Brancusi etc.) and also a couple from European 20-th century masters (Cezanne, Picasso etc.). The building is a fine example of neoromanian architecture. The entry fee is very cheap. There's not that much...More

Thank mprica
Reviewed 22 September 2017

Excellentent private collection of the best of Romanian artists but also some Monet, Picasso and even Brancusi, NIce villa in a very quiet and beautiful quarter.

Thank Abuelsa
Reviewed 9 July 2017 via mobile

Located inside a neighborhood, we literally had to ring the doorbell to get in. The museum includes no explanations regarding its origins, so everything we learned was thanks to an English-speaking guard that we questioned. Most of the paintings are from Romanian painters, but one...More

Thank Inbal R
Reviewed 9 July 2017 via mobile

This museum is a must see for the art lovers. The museum is hosted by an old villa located in Dorobanti neighborhood whose architecture is really beautiful and worth itself a visit. Zambaccian was a local collector whose interest was focusing on Romanian painters but...More

Thank Bogdan2005
Reviewed 12 April 2017

a very intresting small musem with very intresting items pictures and art from diffrent times and styles one of the nicest small musems in bucarest

Thank David S
Reviewed 18 March 2017

Entry fee included in National Art Museum ticket 50 Ron. Photography allowed. Krikor Zambaccian was a Romanian art collector and critic, and this is part of his legacy given to the state upon this death. Housed in his faithfully restored home in suburban Bucharest. A...More

1  Thank Ken M
Reviewed 2 March 2017

A classic house filled with interesting collection. As we walk through the muesum we experience many Romanian artists. At the same time this museum also has a Cezzane, which is the only one present in Romania. Exploring the Art while hearing the squeaks from old...More

Thank Ajay R
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