Very impressive museum about the revolution in Timisoara in 1989. Also you can find more information about the rest of Romania during that amazing event.
You have not been in Timisoara if you have not visited this museum. The museum is not easy to find (it's to the north, and there are no signs indicating where to find). Advice: get yourself a map in the tourist office (not open on Sundays!).
When we got there the security guy took us to a room upstairs, some kind of office. A lady came out another room and asked us to wait a few moments, cause there was a couple coming in too (she was following them al the way from the streets with camera's, a bit creepy). While we were waiting, we were... 更多
This museum is hard to find as it is in an old military building on an active army base. There is a driveway off Strada Oituz, not off Strada Popa Sapca. If the gate is open go through the gate and approach the main door. If it is not open, ring the bell. We were there on a Monday, but... 更多
The Museum is tucked away and not very well signposted. It is in an old Army Barracks building which is very unassuming and has seen better days. It is small and free to enter although they do ask for donations. We chose to give 20 leu each, approximately £5 per person. This Museum is a hidden gem! The gentleman running... 更多
This place is hard to find. It was next to a park and an university. Close on Sunday, but open on Monday to Sat. The film is for me very interesting. In the beginning, I am still a bit skeptical about Timisoara's importance in Romania. After the the film, I realized that it stands for the mother of democracy. Outside... 更多
An interesting museum just north of the centre. Free, although a donation is requested. Watch the 20minute video about Timisoara's role in the revolution.
I would recommend to visit this museum to anyone who finds themselves in Timisoara, it is a very interesting piece of history of the Romanian revolution of 1989, with videos of the protests and of the happenings of those days. When I went there, a quaint guide (I believe) was there, and he accompanied me through the place, which was... 更多
I was very emotional when I walked through the memorial I had to rememebr our revolution "the Syrian Revolution" it has a lot of cross similarities ... Very nice place to have an idea on how people are fighting to gain the freedom
I visited this museum with my boyfriend and my father. I am romanian but i live is Spain now. I was impressed with the movie about the revolution....It´s an important part of our history, of our reborn...I recomend as : ¨to do¨