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Village Museum (Muzeul Satului)

Kiseleff Road 28-30 | In Herastrau Park, Bucharest 713211, Romania
222 91 03
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This outdoor museum includes more than 300 buildings representing the history of Romania's rural architecture.
  • Excellent56%
  • Very good32%
  • Average10%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Kiseleff Road 28-30 | In Herastrau Park, Bucharest 713211, Romania
222 91 03
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Reviewed yesterday

If you want to get a glimpse of various traditional and historical rural places thru-out Romania, this is the place to be. Old peasant houses, nice old objects in a very nice setting

Thank danptrnaum
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

In case you are intrested in real romanian traditions you will see how the people live in country side in past times. Nice pieces of architecture, old agricultural machines, clothes and even an old church. Is an must see place in Bucharest.

Thank adrian n
Reviewed yesterday

The village was very interesting but basically closed on Monday. We could walk through and view the different periods and regions but it was quiet.

Thank Harriet R
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Such a great museum to have a wander around and experience some old Romanian houses and buildings. Would be especially good with kids.

Thank Rhiannon018
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Wonderful walk amongst one of the nicest old houses brought here from all over Romania. Traditional inside and outside, traditional handmade souvenirs and old traditional outfits all in a quiet green scenery. Recommend

Thank Sabinacri
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

A must visit when in Bucharest. A open air museum containing historical Romanian houses from different eras and regions in Romania. Located on the bank of Hercasul park tge largest in Bucharest.Entry is 15 Lei. You shouldn't go on rainy days to enjoy the pictures....More

Thank Georges M
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

A place filled with history and nice decorated interiors. Houses build in several old construction styles. In the last year the village has been ectended with new and interesting areas. Sometimes there are folk music concerts or children activities inside the village.

Thank Daniela D
Reviewed 5 days ago

as many other museums in Bucharest, the village museum could and there is no reason why it shouldn't be more promoted, taken care off and update. But the ones responsable for it, seems like forgot what is there role. the houses seem abandoned, the restaurant...More

Thank Ioana_Zam
Reviewed 6 days ago

A very interesting and illuminating place to visit. The half buried houses were homes I had not seen before as they looked like a mound of grass with a small opening for the occupants to enter in. The churches where the inhabitants worshipped were simple...More

Thank 802pamela
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Great visit!!!! Highly recommended! Beautifull houses from countryside Romania. You must visit when in Romania!

Thank Monica B
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22 June 2017|
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Response from 486jimbob999 | Reviewed this property |
Yes. only thing that the chair bound person wint be able to do is get closer to the actual houses or of course go inside.
claire o
16 August 2015|
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Response from Andra_Madalina | Reviewed this property |
It is, but it wouldn't be that welcoming :)
17 June 2015|
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