I was a few years ago, I really enjoyed Display weapons, military vehicles and planes, worth a visit
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This museum is amazing. It has weapons from Neolithic Era till 21st Century. They also have Romanian tanks from WW2, King Carol's the First sword, King Ferdinand's Mannlicher Pistol, the space capsule, in which Romanian astronaut Dumitru Prunariu land back on Earth. In this museum...More
This is a good place for history and military passionate people. A lot of Romanian armed-forces history and details on most important military events. It's a nice place to visit with children, and if the weather is nice you can visit the outdoor yard, full...More
This is off the beaten path but I have found that the military museums of the central European countries are first class. Note small entrance fee must be paid in local currency no credit cards. The exhibits started off great BUT the exhibits after 1700's...More
We got into the museum and followed what seemed like a reasonable line and went through the building and its displays.. after finishing the hour tour we went outside and were surprised with a huge military display including tanks (and a helicopter), missiles, AA and...More
Found this by accident it wasn't in our (disappointing) guide book and we loved it. We followed the receptionists directions and went down stairs and kept on finding more info about Romania (not just war) with loads of well described items. At the back in...More
We went here to get a fix of 20th century Romanian history, only to find the exhibition closed for refurbishment. However there is an extensive collection of historical artefacts and modern soviet era weapons. Well worth a visit if you are in the area.