Sulina Old Lighthouse 

The Old Lighthouse in Sulina, built at the beginning of the 19th century by the Ottoman authorities, administrated in the period 1897-1939 by the European Commission of the Danube, became a museum in 2003. The exhibition shows, through documents and photos, the history of Sulina in the period of the European Commission of the Danube administration and the life of two outstanding personalities connected with this town: the conductor George Georgescu and the writer Jean Bart.

Address: Sulina, str. a II-a, no. 43

Access: from Tulcea, by ship.

Starting with 14th of May, 2019, for 36 months, the museum will be closed for restoration.

After May 14, 2022, the indoor microclimate will be stabilized, according to the legislation in force, in order to arrange the exhibition.
The reopening of the museum will be announced both on the institution’s website and on its Facebook page.

Taxes and fees:

Visiting: Adults – 10 lei; Children, students, pensioners – 5 lei.

Guiding – Romanian – 50 lei/group

Guiding – foreign language – 100 lei/group

Professional photo shooting: 100 lei/camera

Professional video shooting: 500 lei/camera