You are now in the middle of the Armenian neighborhood , therefore must stop in the yard of this museum with a most interesting and long history. This is the oldest inhabited house of Bucharest.
Set up in the mid 18th century Melik House of Bucharest, the Theodor Pallady Museum owes its existence to Gheorghe Răut and to his wife, Serafina, who gathered a consistent part of the work of Theodor Pallady during the artist’s stay in Paris. The collection was donated to the Romanian state in the late 1960s, but, on top of the indisputably valuable works of Pallady, the collection also includes pictorial and sculptural works by sundry European artists, as well as a miscellaneous range of exhibits that fall in the category of applied and decorative arts (furniture, tapestries, and ceramics).
The Theodor Pallady Museum is a branch of the National Museum of Art of Romania, and it is well worth a visit by tourists with genuine cultural interests.
Address: 22, Strada Spătarului
Access: Bulevardul Carol I stop
Night bus N106