Muzeul National Tehnic Profesor Inginer Dimitrie Leonida

Muzeul National Tehnic Profesor Inginer Dimitrie Leonida

Muzeul National Tehnic Profesor Inginer Dimitrie Leonida
3.5
10:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
10:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
10:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
10:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
10:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
10:30 AM - 6:00 PM
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Neighbourhood: Belul
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  • Tineretului (Youth) • 10 min walk
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Ana R
1 contribution
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2022 • Friends
The museum is great for.people with technical interests. You can see steam engines, a lot of old cars, the evolution of the bicycle, three phase generators... quite a lot of fun things for someone interested in engineering.
Unfortunately there are no explanantions in Emglish and no animations but everything there can be demostrated.
Written 12 December 2022
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Geoff-5151
London, UK204 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 • Couples
This is a small museum on 2 floors with a very diverse collection of exhibits charting scientific progress. Sadly there are no English translations and some pieces really do need some explanation. Anyway, it was interesting to see things previously only seen on TV and is worth a visit, they charge to take photos.
Combine this with a walk around Carol park to see the mausoleum and the park in general which is beautiful, there are nice restaurants close by. You can also go to Tineretului park to Bellu cemetery, there are many interesting grave stones.
Written 10 June 2019
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Adrian_23275
Bucharest, Romania85 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2018 • Family
Been here with the family in a Sunday . There was a temporary exhibition with the history of computers and the kids enjoy it a lot ( this was kinda interactive been able to touch all sorts of calculators) . I guess the museum needs more interactivity in order to be more attractive for the kids mostly . Engines , trains, all kinds of cars , dioramas and info about technical experiments .
Written 3 May 2018
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Vladimiramirela
Mississauga, Canada1,884 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2021
I passed by its fence numerous times in my childhood, wishing I could have a closer look at the rusty planes and huge mechanisms exhibited outside. As I was too young in my mother's opinion for such a 'dry' subject... my chance to see all its wonders came only now, after closing behind me a 'technically oriented' career.
It may show dusty exhibits and a relics' feel, however, it remains extremely interesting for someone who likes cars, engines, physics, etcetera.
After visiting the museum, I recommend a walk through the park surrounding it, for a change of pace and scenery.
Written 21 October 2021
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BucharestTravel
Bucharest, Romania141 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2018
The best time to visit Technical Museum in Bucharest is during summer for you can also enjoy Carol Park where the museum actually is located. We learned many interesting things inside( there is an app also for foreign tourists), like the aleolipila, an ancient device used by priests to scare their followers, but which is, in fact, a machine. Here you can also see the first telephones ever used including in World War One, aircraft engines and the first electric car invented in 1976. Well, it has never been used until nowadays. One can also see in this museum the first electric scooter. The museum is closed only on Mondays and Tuesdays and it is worth visiting.
Written 2 April 2019
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Dana H
Midwest, WY172 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2015 • Family
I visited this museum because it was fascinating for me in my childhood. It could be a fantastic museum, if it will be advertised, presented with heart and mind for young visitors, translated explanations for foreigners, guided tours by appointment in several languages, proud presentation of the Romanian inventions, signs at the entrance of Carol Park to guide visitors.

From all the museum visited during our trip to Romania, this one looked very sad. From the tired and bored personnel in the lobby we couldn't understand why such a gem is empty, no visitors.

The web is full of virtual museums and they could find inspiration to revive and make this museum an important attraction in Bucharest. Too bad that it looks retired and ready to close, it could be a wonderful place to show the important contribution of the Romanian brains to humanity.
Written 6 July 2015
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Lazar D
Bucharest, Romania24 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2014 • Family
An exciting expedition in the history of the last hundred years technology; first steps in electricity, old cars, vehicles, engines, etc..
Written 17 June 2014
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Despoina B.
Athens, Greece8 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2022
There are mixed feelings for this museum:

Possitives:
-Perfect to kill some time by seeing something different rather than painthinngs and art pieces.
-If you are a car lover like me, you will love the old/vintage elekromobiles and cars they had (especially the 1924 Caddilac at the entrance).
-There is a wide diversity on the things you see: from cars, to telescopes and astronomical equipment, to trains, to engines etc., which is educational.

Negatives:
-They charge you an extra fee (15RON) to be able to take pictures! It is the first musuem in which I encounter something like this and the quality of the museum is actually not worth it...
-The space of the museum is basically a arehouse, and as mush interesting as I find it, it seems that all exhibitions were thrown in the sapce (one next to the other) with no actual coherance.
-This is a "technical" museum, so I was expecting to experience something diadrastic and audiovisual as well (projectors with films, some artifact movement from the art peices etc.), but it was just too static.
-Descriptions were only in Romanian.
Written 21 March 2022
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Karen P
London, UK24 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2019
We checked out the web page which stated that it was open. We trudged across the town and upon arrival, were greeted with aggression and rudeness. 😳
Written 16 April 2019
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rhadoo27
Bucharest, Romania80 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2016 • Family
great potential of the museum is lost due to the fact that is not interactive. however, i hope in the future things will be changed and have space to become a true museum of sciences/technology of Bucharest to enter in general tours of the city. maybe more video presentations, more space for the great pieces like the first aerodynamic car in the world made by Aurel Persu. It is the same situation like the rocks museum, very good for people that are familiar with the subject.
Written 18 July 2016
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