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The Museum of Romanian Records is a place where lovers of beauty have the opportunity to contemplate the evolution of humanity in its various phases through the prism of unique collections. This project was born more than 10 years ago on the initiative of the architect Ion Chirescu out of a passion for collecting.
The building is located in Bucharest, Sector 3, at 25 Parfumului Street and houses some of the largest private collections in the world. On an area of over 5000 m², the Museum of Romanian Records presents 100 spectacular collections in 10 exhibition rooms, divided into 4 sections: the collections of irons, coasters and stoves, the corkscrew collection, the philately collection and the collections of cameras, gramophones, phonographs, typewriters and calculators, telephones, scales, jugs, mills, objects with the theme of the flowers of the corner, etc. There is also a department for outstanding Romanian achievements, which is currently under construction.
The Romanian Museum of Records also holds 7 certificates issued by Guinness World Records for private collections. These certificates attest to the world’s largest collections of coasters, irons and corkscrews, among others.
In addition to the 10 exhibition halls, the Museum of Records also has a conference room with over 150 seats, an audio and video projection system and a terrace with a beautiful view over Bucharest.
The Romanian Record Museum has hosted numerous private events, world congresses, philatelic exhibitions and thematic events, which are also open to the public.