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We took advantage of the free entry, to visit this museum, the (visual) collection itself is awesome, many varieties of crystals (or flowers of the earth as the museum describes them), to see(5 stars). The exhibits are mainly aimed at locals not tourists as there...More
We went there for the dinosaurus. They have lots of dinosaurus, no mammut unfortunatelly. The garden was closed, although there were few dinosaurus outside too. The rocks we saw are amazing, especialy the big ones. Worth to spend 1 hour there.
It was interesting and the collections were well organised and well presented.Impressed by the variety of the exhibits. There was not sufficient information about the exhibits, at least in english and the staff was not very friendly. Very close to the center and metro station...More
The museum has so much potential, people working are so kind yet there is one problem... Everything is in romanian, not a single word in english. There is need for some maintenance for sure. The specimens all were magnificent. The fluorescent rocks part was my...More
What a disappointment yesterday!
A museum with such a great potential as it holds so many interesting rocks.
The problem? ZERO Maintenance !!!!
half of the lights are broken and the other half was not even all connected. i had literally to switch on some...More
The museum is quite rich in a variety of stones and natural and geographical history exhibits. It also has a room with fluorescent rocks, which, although is small, is also highly interesting. Recommended for children above 7 years old.
Has over 80,000 samples of Romania's rocks, fossils and minerals. Upon arrival was met my a man in shorts and shirt. I tried to pay said go ahead, pay what you think at end. Beware. The money boxes by the exit are for fund raisers....More
When in Bucharest if you ever find yourself on the front steps of the Muzeul National de Geologie, turn around and go for a walk in the nearby park. Truthfully it will be more interesting.
If ever there was an example on how not to...More
My niece and I planned a trip to the Peasant Museum because last year when I visited outside there was a market of local vendors selling homemade Romanian Products, foods, baked goods etc... But when we arrived we found out the vendors are no longer...More