Beautiful from the outside, but nothing special to see inside. But yes in general it is worth the visit. I recommend
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We were attracted by the concept of houses from many parts of Romania over different time periods but were disappointed to find most were closed so only allowing you to see the outsides of the buildings. Those that were open were very interesting so it's...More
We did not visit the museum itself, but the exteriour of the builing is nice and interesting to admire.
George Enescu is one of the most important composers of Romania, even each september famous international orchestras take place in George Enescu Festival. In order to understand a complicated man's life and mind, it is interesting to visit this museum during your enjoying walk on...More
While walking on the lovely street of Calea Vittoria, I came across this Museum which was the former home of composer George Enescu. It is one of the most beautiful buildings in Bucharest and I took many pictures of the exterior. However, I did not...More
Housed in a majestic old building.Not very much to see,there's only 3 rooms,presenting different objects that belonged to the musician.Besides,in the back of the building that houses the museum you can visit George Enescu memorial house,the place where the composer used to live. Cheap entry...More
The George Enescu museum is located on Calea Vittoria the most beautiful street of Bucharest. Its architecture is very beautiful. The inside is interesting although not a large museum. All in all a positive experience.
This is a national museum, which is divided into two parts-one part display Enescu's personal artifact and another part behind the museum building, is Enescu's last known residence in Romania. This was build by Nababul, the Mayor and also a prime-minister of Romania. Owing to...More
Unfortunately I can only give this a medium rating. There is a lot of restoration work needed here and there are very limited rooms available for viewing.Those that have been opened have mostly had, what would have been fantastic frescoes and decorations, painted over. The...More