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Brukenthal National Museum

Piata Mare 5, Sibiu 550163, Romania
+40 269 217 991
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Piata Mare 5, Sibiu 550163, Romania
+40 269 217 991
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Baron's Brukenthal privitate art collection and romanian famous paitors like Grigorescu,Luchian,Tonitza art can be viewed inside the mansion. A must see in Sibiu.

Thank PaulGastronomie
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Great art gallery. Worth visiting especially the Romanian Art Gallery. Truly an important place of historical importance

Thank Iulia S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Excellent place to visit for the while family. Beside the history of Brukental family, the museum has original paintings of Grigorescu, Tonitza, Luchian, etc. Enjoy!

Thank Simion R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A huge lesson of arts and history, I enjoyed every piece of the Romanian art gallery, really nice vibe (almost shivers) being around all those famous paintings of Aman, Grigorescu, Ciucurencu, Sirato, Luchian, Iser, Tattarescu and many others. In the European side I was really...More

Thank Sefulescu
Reviewed 3 November 2017

Large collection of Romanian and European works. Setup is classic and not so inspiring for youngsters or children. No multimedia or audio guides. Only....'paintings' .

Thank Olandeza
Reviewed 31 October 2017

The palace has a collection of 18th C furniture, two fine portraits of St Ignatius Loyola and St Francis Loyola by Paul Rubens. There are two fine Bruegel paintings, a fine Jan van Eyck, along with a number of 19thC Romanian artists. The building is...More

Thank Rex06
Reviewed 21 October 2017

Well worth visiting for the exhibits (paintings, furniture, etc.) and its fine and elegant interior. We went in as a group and the entrance fee was included in our tour around Romania.

Thank Charlieboy55
Reviewed 19 October 2017 via mobile

Just imagine stumbling across a fantastic Breugel painting (Massacre of the Innocents) in rural Romania! This is a real gem of a museum - not only the Bruegel, but so many other world-class works. In one wing of the museum there was an excellent exhibition...More

Thank Heather P
Reviewed 19 October 2017 via mobile

It costs next to nothing and is just a treat when you're wanting to get off the road. I spent an hour playing dress up!

Thank Kendall W
Reviewed 13 October 2017 via mobile

We always visited the Brumenthal National Museum it’s nice and we recommend the chocolate that you can buy it. The collection of things is amazing and the paintings are worth your time.

Thank Cosi_Xs
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