Nicolae Iorga's valuable initiative, according to which "a museum is not a luxury, but a necessity", with the aim of acquiring, preserving and exhibiting works of art, historical documents and relics, for restoration, study, exhibition and education - in the form of permanent or temporary exhibitions. The cultural complex is hosted by Oradea Fortress and is part of Țării Crișurilor Museum.
Oradea City Museum - Oradea Fortress
History has taken refuge in this city and invites you to visit each museum. In the Oradea City Museum located in Oradea Fortress, you will be able to explore art galleries dedicated to adults and children alike, permanent exhibitions - "General Traian Moșoiu. The First World War and the Liberation of Oradea", "'70s and' 80s Disco" or the Griffon’s Hall, but also a series of temporary exhibitions - "50 years of Romanian graphics 1970 - 2020" and "The inventions of the Middle Ages. Leonardo da Vinci in Oradea Fortress".
Permanent and temporary exhibitions: 10 lei for adults and 5 lei for pre-school children, pupils, students, retirees and organized groups of min. 10 people;
Special rate for extra exhibitions: 10 lei/person.
Certified travel guides: free entrance.
April 1 - October 31: Tuesday - Sunday, 10.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.; (last entrance at 5.00 pm)
November 1 - March 31: Tuesday - Sunday, 9.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.; (last entrance at 4.00 pm)