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Really nice for a walk, picnic, fresh air and traditional houses and culture. Could be very interesting for turists, but also a recreational place for locals. Everything is well taken care of, starting with the houses and ending with the toilets.
This is the 4th village museum I have visited in Romania and I can say it's the biggest and the nicest. It took us 3 and a half hours and we went through it relatively fast, as we were in a bit of a hurry....More
This is a place were you can see samples of the ancient traditional non-sofisticated and very linked to nature way of life from old times. All the constructions are made of wood and other natural materials. The museum has a map to could make your...More
Thank Florian C
Eliza P, Curator at Muzeul Civilizatiei Populare Traditionale ASTRA, responded to this reviewResponded 6 June 2018
Thank you for your complete and emotional review. Only one mention, our museum has 10 km alleys and 96 ha, so that's why, as you've already written, we have a lot of places to rest, including Târgul de țară (The Country Fair).
We have visited the museum and it is nice and interesting. At the entrance you will get a map of the museum. The entrance is 17 ron for adults, while the students have to pay 3.5 ron if showing the notebook.
It took around 4-5...More
The museum lies on almost 90 hectares so there are a lot of old building gathered a crossed the entire country illustrating very well how people dwelled passed the several hundred years.
Also you can see some wind mills that are astonishing.
This museum gives a great insight into the life in older days in Romania. There are many houses you can walk in to, staff can give you explanations on some things (in Romanian) and it is really neat and tidy here. Some houses are being...More