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This is one of the places in Bucharest that you must not miss if you visit this city.
It has various events all year, especially on christian holidays.
I visited the museum this year in July when i had my civil wedding photos taken over...More
Authentic museum with real items transported all over the romanian lands. A marvel that is a must see if you came to Romania. Or, you can see all this travelling from Tisa river to Nistru river and Danube!
It was a place nice to visit. Old villages had been carried to here from all around Romania. You may see inside of some of the villages. But I think it needs much more care. Villages and the environment needs to be cared.
its an amazing idea to put together all the Romanian traditional architecture from across all regions of the country in one place. and the best part is that these are not replicas, instead actual buildings moved from their original locations to be rebuilt in the...More
We visited this afternoon and it’s definitely a very neat outdoor living history museum. I do recommend it. There were maybe 4 houses open to look into when we visited. The rest were closed. It’s a very big place and very interesting! Highly recommend.
The village museum is like travelling back in time, village houses dating back from 1700s in a beautiful park setting. November is not really an ideal time to visit this place because it was cold and you have to walk outside, but even so we...More
A place where you can spend few hours The Village Museum is an open-air ethnographic museum located in the Herăstrău Park, showcasing traditional Romanian village life. The museum contains about 300 authentic peasant farms and houses from all over Romania. Sometimes they have people who...More
Very pleasant place for a walk with lots of educational opportunities.
Most objects have descriptions with a bit of history written in decent english, usually very interesting to read.
And don't get me started on the mousekeeping - lots of cute cats, freely roaming around,...More
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Heh Peekayy, we just did Uber everywhere, incredibly cheap, convenient, no worries with unscrupulous drivers, it's what Romanians do if they can afford. Navigating busses and metro may sound fine before you get there... More
Heh Peekayy, we just did Uber everywhere, incredibly cheap, convenient, no worries with unscrupulous drivers, it's what Romanians do if they can afford. Navigating busses and metro may sound fine before you get there, however we gave up after the first attempt. On balance convenience and cost wise Uber came tops every time.