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This is a small museum that gives you a glimpse of everyday rural life. Each room has a theme that describes some aspect of life (mostly in the 19th century through the early-mid 20th century) and has objects on display to illustrate each theme. There...More
Don't miss the Parcul Etnografic Romulus Vuia which is the other half of this wonderful Ethnographic Museum, situated on the outskirts of town.
15 hectares of sheer delight, showing how Transylvanians used to live. This has been done by relocating traditional buildings from all over...More
I highly recommend this beautifully laid out museum of Romanian folk culture which includes wooden agricultural and home tools from across Transylvania. Most items are clearly labelled in Romanian and English, and there includes a tactile gallery and boards for blind and sight impaired visitors....More
They are open all day Sunday, they want you there and are tourist friendly. This means a lot in a town where the King's house only lets you see the lobby, the history museum lets it's last customer in half hour before they close and...More
Located in the old town this small museum has a good display of artefacts and costumes from over 100 years ago.All written up in English except for the temporary display from Japan.A small entry charge and an additional small charge for photography.Special thanks to Laura...More
The building this museum was in was very nice, airy, and comfortable. We loved that they provided free lockers to hold our belongings. The exhibits were fine and mildly interesting, but there is a lot of potential for improvement. It would have been nice to...More
Everything from agricultural tools, battle weapons, traditional art, photographs, home furnishings, and my favorite... the clothing display!
Helpful packet guide in English as well.
I really like the "touch and learn" section.... that's not common for museums ;)