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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
It's the third time we've visited the museum in the last ten years and it looks the same. A lot of motors, train models, technical stuff from the beginning of last century and even real cars are kept here. Unfortunately, the explanations are only useful...More
This museum is poorly arranged and poorly labeled (also, only in Romanian, although a lot of the words are similar enough that I could make out what I was looking at anyway). The nuclear section is kind of interesting. Otherwise, the entire museum has the...More
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....More
Maybe this was a wrong time as it was the night of the museums, but there was nothing moving inside the building. Other museums will let the visitors interact with the objects. I expected at least some personnel to show us how the exposed items...More
The museum has a great potential in the future but right now it is a mediocre collection of historical industrial machines, engines, vehicle and others.
To become great place they should do what others do in Europe but I understand the money is the limit...More
Great place to visit and learn new stuff. You can find old cars, old bikes, huge Cadillac right at the entrance, multiple mechanisms used in certain factories, clocks and many many more. I loved it and i recommend.
A not very big museum looking like an warehouse rather than a museum.Lots of steam gas or electric engines,turbines from different periods of time,cramped in a small hall,all of them meaning almost nothing for an uninitiated.A smaller(but far more interesting) section is dedicated to old...More
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...More