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Muzeul National Tehnic Profesor Inginer Dimitrie Leonida

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Muzeul National Tehnic Profesor Inginer Dimitrie Leonida

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Strada General Candiano Popescu 2, Bucharest 40581 Romania
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globetrotter55 wrote a review Jun 2019
Bucharest, Romania2,099 contributions155 helpful votes
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cons: there is no interactivity, this is the worst thing to that museum; nothing is moving, no show, no prove of what physics means or works; actually, an entire section was closed, the mechanical area, exactly where the interactivity has a big potential then, despite of the fact that there are interesting exhibits, they are not valuated, there is not enough space to exhibit them; the result is a sort of warehouse pros: interesting exhibits, for a good understanding of how steam works (power machines, engines), or how a coal mine works, or what drilling oil is, etc also, there are so very interesting cars there - a former F 1 monster from the 50', drive by a Romanian pilot, the first aerodynamic car, etc
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Geoff-5151 wrote a review Jun 2019
London, United Kingdom205 contributions38 helpful votes
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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.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Burcea wrote a review Apr 2019
London, United Kingdom14 contributions5 helpful votes
It's a very interesting museum that has technical items so if you are interested in mechanics, physics, and also history, you must go there. After visiting you can take a walk through the beautiful park in which the museum is located.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Karen P wrote a review Apr 2019
London, United Kingdom4 contributions
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. 😳
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Date of experience: April 2019
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BucharestTravel wrote a review Apr 2019
Bucharest, Romania131 contributions247 helpful votes
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.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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