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.
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I only saw the European and Romanian art. You do pay separately for every exhibit and I recommend skipping European art as it's only like 2 rooms and costs 20 Lei. The Romanian art is interesting though! A good place to go on a rainy...More
We went on a Sunday as it seemed a Sunday thing to do and weren't disappointed. Huge collection of paintings, both European and Romanian. We had met some Romanian people on our travels who were obviously very proud of this museum and strongly advised us...More
Please don't miss it! Is located in Large Square near the Town Hall and it's collection is something not to be missed. Very friendly and helpful personnel! Also has a lovely quiet garden in the middle of Sibiu a small oasis to catch a breath...More
This small museum has some world famous art works. Great paintings of Titian, Briegel, Veronesse, etc. Don't miss this museum if you are in the area.
The museum contains a lot of paintings of fabulous painters. We viseted the Romanian art gallery and it was nice to see the paintings of some famous romanian painters (Grigorescu, Tonitza, Luchian) along with some other painters. We like it, some paintings were impressive. There...More
Samuel Brukenthal was the governor of Transylvania some 200 years ago. He was a man of culture and he collected many items from various fields that are now displayed in a series of halls that are all related to the Brukental National Museums. Paintings, Bibles,...More
Love it and hope to come back soon. When we visited the place, the roses were still blooming and the small garden in between the buildings was a romantic place to be with someone you love. The museum was impressive, with paintings, rugs, beautiful door...More