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Museum Night 2022 in Romania

The 18th edition of Museum Night takes place across Romania on Saturday, May 14. It includes tangible manifestations of public exhibitions, interventions, artistic experiments, screenings, talks, seminars, performances, and interactive tours.

Over 170 museums and memorial houses, art galleries and gardens, cultural institutes and centres, residences, creative salons and studios, memory spaces, castles, palaces, cities, theatres, universities, cinemas, libraries, town halls, or experimental houses will host Museum Night events for culture lovers, young and old, across the country for this year’s edition.

The National Network of Museums in Romania (RNMR) organises the Night of Museums, one of Romania’s most well-known cultural brands, and is widely anticipated by the public each year.
In the tradition of European Museum Night, museums and cultural institutions host public events on the second Saturday in May until late at night, following the pandemic’s two online or hybrid editions. The festival is now in around 80 venues, including major cultural centres, cities, towns, and villages.

Over 50 museums and cultural institutions have been included in the Museum Night tour in Bucharest, all equipped with many artistic, fresh, and interactive interventions. Every inquisitive mind has free admission, and most museums can be visited between the hours of 6 p.m. and 2 a.m. (announced closing time representing the time of the entry of the last visitor).

For more information on the event, you can check the dedicated website.

If you don’t have the possibility to take advantage of this cultural event, you can still find some of the museums that will attract attention during this year’s Museum Night in Bucharest. For this, please check our partner platform VisitBucharest.today.

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