It is an imposing building, with nice architecture and lush 19th century decoration. The visit includes the main palace (unfortunately only 3 rooms on the ground floor are open) and the smaller house in the back where the musician lived for a few years. On display there are artifacts that belonged to George Enescu and there is a small gift shop at the exit. Entrance is free on the 26th of each month. One complaint about the staff in the small building who was rude, bored when asked a question, and with no customer service skills. Instead of answering a simple question she yelled at us for not reading the material that was given to us when we came in.
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