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Presentation - Arad Museum Complex Arad
The Museum Arad
The Museum Arad was opened in 1893, as an exhibition of Relics of the Revolution from 1848, in the lobby from the 2nd floor of the local State Theatre. Two decades later, the museum has been moved into the new built Cultural Palace (1913), along with the philharmonic and town library. Besides the old relics exhibition, archeological and medieval history collections were put on display and an European art gallery has been opened as well. In the inter-war period these have been completed with an ethnography exhibition and two memorial rooms dedicated to the local politicians Vasile Goldis and Stefan Cicio-Pop (1934).
Today, the museum manages a collection of over 125.000 pieces, being an active actor on the Arad cultural scene, assuming a reformative role.
ENTRANCE FEE (to be payed for each section visited):
2 RON – adults (approx. 0,57 €)
1 RON – children, students, soldiers, pensioneers (approx. 0,28 €)
FREE – institutionalized children; pensioneers who worked for minimum 10 years in the Romanian cultural system (based on the cards issued by the government); persons working in the museum network (card only); collaborators of the museum (card only); ICOM anmd AICA members (card only); persons with handicap; war veterans.
General guiding: 10 RON (approx. 2,85 €)
Special guiding: 20 RON (approx. 5,7 €)
Visiting exhibitions beyound the programme: 50 RON (approx. 15 €)
Film tax: 100 RON (approx. 30 €)
Photo tax: 10 RON (approx. 3 €)
Filming and photographing within the museum are permitted only with the approval of the director.