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Museum of Senses Bucharest
Museum of Senses Bucharest

Museum of Senses Bucharest

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Bulevardul General Vasile Milea 4, Bucharest, 061344

The Basics

Bucharest’s Museum of Senses offers a great alternative to historical sightseeing in Bucharest. From anti-gravity illusions to multi-sensory paintings, each themed section is designed to challenge your perception in a different way. Whether visiting with friends, family, or alone, the photo opportunities are plentiful and ideal for sharing on social media. With tickets purchased in advance, you can secure a time slot that suits you schedule.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • The Museum of Senses in a great option for travelers with kids.

  • The museum is not fully accessible for wheelchair users.

  • Most visitors spend between 30 minutes and an hour here.

  • The museum has a refreshment zone, game area, and gift shop.

  • Lockers are available on site.

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How to Get There

The museum is located in the AFI Cotroceni mall, around ten minutes’ drive from the city center. Bus numbers 93, 96, and 137 stop close by, as do tram numbers 1 and 35. There is a large parking lot on site.

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When to Get There

The Museum of Senses is a great way to spend a rainy day, which are quite common in Bucharest during the winter months. The attraction does get busy after lunch and at weekends, so avoid the crowds with a midweek morning visit.

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Retail, Restaurants, and… a Rollercoaster

In addition to the usual shops and restaurants one expects to find in a mall, AFI Cotroceni is also home to an indoor climbing wall, ice rink, and amusement park. Zorky’s Planet is a great way to follow up your sensory experience; it offers soft play for little ones as well as a rollercoaster ride that takes you zooming over the heads of shoppers below.

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