G. Enescu Museum / Cantacuzino Palace

Interesting
An essential visit for music lovers, this museum dedicated to composer George Enescu (1881-1955) is in effect a musical journey. The building is also architecturally noteworthy, a mix of neo-Classical, neo-Baroque and Art Nouveau styles, and for its entrance beneath a glass canopy. A fine example of the buildings which so distinguished Bucharest in the late 19C, it was built by the boyar George Cantacuzino.

Useful information

Address:

Calea Victoriei nr. 141, 010071 Bucuresti

Price:

6 ron

Opening hours

10am-5pm - closed Mon

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