As musicians we were keen to visit the Enescu Musuem, and more so as we weren't able to travel to Sinaia to see his house. The building is very elegant but very dilapidated and only three rooms are devoted to Enescu. The quality of the exhibits suggests they've not been updated for many years, and labelling and signage is way below current international museum standards. If you didn't already know much about Enescu this museum isn't going to help. At the rear of the main house is a three-room smaller house with evidence of Enescu's habitation. Staff were unwelcoming in an indifferent sort of way which didn't enhance the experience.
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