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We enjoyed this museum. There are a number of separate sections, and it was somewhat unclear just which doors we were free to open and enter. A good overview of history, nicely displayed. English captions not always present.
The Altemberger house was built using gotic architecture to be the residence of the Altemberger family. For 400 years it housed the town hall.
The museum presents the way the people used to live in the region (prehistoric times to medieval period). The museum has...More
Several rooms in the museum, each with its own theme, give a great overview of the history of the region. We found the information about the guilds and the rules members were subject to fascinating, these concerned both the quality of craftmanship, and the conduct...More
As we were told that this was an interesting museum, I decided to visit it on my own. I was surprised at the admission fee, 20 lei - expensive by Romanian standards, and somewhat disappointed by what it had to offer. The signage was poor...More
For Romania, this museum is expensive, but also because many museums are cheap and at the same time outdated and in poor condition. At the same time, to have separate photo fee with such a general admission.. This one has old history part, rich middle...More
This museum is much larger than it looks on the outside. There are many exhibits, most of which are arranged well, covering many periods and subjects. It takes at least two hours to see everything, and more if you really want to take it all...More
First impressions always matter. We love to learn but here we did not feel welcome when we arrived and the sense of being more of an intruder than a visitor intensified as we got deeper into the museum. Adding to the cold looks from staff...More
Don't pay for pictures they are all online anyways. They will watch you like a hawk so don't try to be sly and disrespectful! Beautiful art and downstairs you can take pictures and the courtyard. The building is phenomenal!