teadition every step of the way from clothes to tools that peasents used decades ago to work their lands.
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My Romanian friend had told me that this was a must place to visit. Regrettably, when we got there found it was closed for refurbishment😪. Could visit the shop which contained huge range of things
I visited back in June 2017 and didn't know that the museum was closed until I got there. In the end, I headed around to the back and paid a small fee to enter the market they have and to have some lunch in the...More
This is reputed to be one of the best museums in Bucharest, and sadly, it is closed for renovations. The staff said it would be closed for a year, but did not say when that year will be up. There is a tiny temporary exhibit;...More
Walking around in this interesting museum you get a good picture how the life of peasant has been in Romania. The National Museum of the Romanian Peasant (Romanian: Muzeul Național al Ţăranului Român) is a museum in Bucharest, Romania, with a collection of textiles (especially...More
What a great place .So pleased to see a country proud of the historical buildings and saving the, They are all in nice setting with lots of trees ,garden,fruit trees With my love of old buildings I was in heaven Lots of different sizes from...More
My family walked to the museum today and, although we knew most of it was closed for renovation, we were surprised to find that in fact only the photographic exhibition is open for viewing. We had a lovely drink in the restaurant out the back...More
I'm giving this 4 stars because TripAdvisor users generally give it this rating, but today, 24 June 2017, it is closed for refurbishment. I'm not sure how long for but don't make a detour to see this place, it's closed!
This was a fantastic museum, really interesting although we couldn't access it all due to renovations. We did go to the restaurant/cafe behind the museum which was also fantastic and some of the best Romanian food we had in Bucharest. Would definitely go back to...More