Museum opening hours:Wednesday - Sunday 10:00 - 18:00

Londra 39 str

district 1, Bucharest

Events

Events

The museum organizes and supports cultural events in order to promote its own heritage and to attract different audiences. Specialists, passionate about maps, artists and general public of all ages are invited to participate in concerts, conferences, artistic projects, workshops, etc.

Evenimente speciale

Creativity in Museums

We are proud to announce two workshops on the theme Creativity in Museums that will be held at our museum on the 24th and 25th of [...]

Evenimente speciale

Board-games at the museum

What do many board-games and a map museum have in common? You are right – THE MAP. This is the reason why on the 9th of June 2018, [...]

Expoziție temporară

A Scholar View on Cartography

”A scholar View on Cartography. Hand-books, atlases, geography note-books from Romania, 1873-1947” - the title of a brand new exhi [...]

Evenimente speciale

European Museum Night

European Museum Night On May 19th, on the occasion of the European Museum Night, we invite you to visit the museum from 14:00 to 2 [...]

Expozitie temporara

Travelling along the Danube. Maps and graphic art from the 17th to the 19th century

Travelling along the Danube. Maps and graphic art from the 17th to the 19th century   On view from May 18, 2018 to August 12, [...]

Conferintele MNHCV

Greek Geographers of Antiquity 

The conference will address the geographical concept of the Ionians regarding the known world. The speaking language is Romanian. [...]

Cartografii sonore. Concertele MNHCV

Musical Cartographies. The Concerts at the NMMOB

On the 27th of February the first Musical Cartography concert of the year 2018 will take place at the museum. This month the chose [...]

Evenimente speciale

Free Wednesday

Every last Wednesday of the month is free entrance at the Maps Museum. We are looking forward to seeing you here!

Conferințele MNHCV

The Memory of Rome

Some of the most important Roman cartographic documents, such as Tabula Peutingeriana or Notitia Dignitatum are, in some respects, [...]

Expozitie temporara

Japanese Maps From the XIX century

In collaboration with the Japanese Embassy in Bucharest the exhibition presents a selection of maps produced from the late Edo Per [...]