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We loved Astra. A great open air museum, very clean, well maintained, with old houses from the whole country. One can spend a whole day there, there are restaurants, terraces and a playground. Charming corner.
it is fantastic to find out how lived locals and other families in other parts of the country.
there are performances on stage on the lake that is in the middle of the museum.
annual exhibitions are organized culinary contests, a lot of art and...More
Much more interesting than I expected. A lot of authentic old Romanian buildings removed and reconstructed here.
The site is large and attractive and we had a very enjoyable stroll in the sunshine to view it.
Some guidebooks advised us to take the tram there,...More
An excellent array of buildings set in lovely woodland with a lake as a centrepiece. The land was set aside for this venture over a hundred years ago and work on it finally started in the 1990s. Through the buildings you can explore all aspects...More
As a family who have been to various similar ethnographic museums in a number of European countries, we were disappointed at the lack of active participation of the craftsman and almost all the interiors of the houses were roped or even barred off with a...More
It's a good place to go and learn about our ancestors (Romanian) and to see how they used to live and prosper.
As well they have place with Romanian traditional food which is really tasty.
After you will eat you have plenty of space to...More
Great place to visit to give you a real insight of historic Romanian rural living and working.Wonderful range of building,windmills, homesteads and transport.Visit on a sunny day and you will be able to appreciate the woodland paths and the lakes.Not to be missed.
Best museum of it's kind - recreation of historical homes to give a real experience of the history of a place - that I have ever been too. It is larger and we only saw half of it but it is in a beautiful setting,...More