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Muzeul National al Satului "Dimitrie Gusti"

Kiseleff Road 28-30 | In Herastrau Park, Bucharest 011347, Romania
+40 21 317 9103
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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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“herastrau park” (151 reviews)
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
Kiseleff Road 28-30 | In Herastrau Park, Bucharest 011347, Romania
+40 21 317 9103
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Reviewed 19 May 2012

Well we picked the right day, third Saturday of the month...FREE! Even though it was a rainy day we had a wonderful time. The individual houses were set up in compounds with the out building situatd authentically. There was good english descriptions for each one....More

Thank Rinej
Reviewed 17 May 2012

A large park area of old buildings brought from the various regions of Romania. Well done and very interesting. Didn't have enough time.

Thank TexasGunnie
Reviewed 14 May 2012

I was really surprised by the scale and number of exhibits on display at this venue. The Museum provides real examples of Romanian houses from the 17th Century to the 1950's. The exhibits are actual houses that have been uplifted from across Romania. It is...More

Thank SimonT1
Reviewed 14 May 2012

When i visit this museum i feel like someone take me and fly back in past to show me how was the original life in different zone of country. You can see some rustic manufactures, old mills, old church with an unbelieved architecture and many...More

Thank Christian1972_01
Reviewed 13 May 2012

This is a fascinating outdoor ethnographic museum covering some 15 hectares on the shores of Lake Herastrau in Herestrau Park,this is wonderful place to discover and wander around on a Sunday. It showcases a fabulous collection of traditional Romanian village life: it contains a over...More

1  Thank Reyara_Issyl
Reviewed 13 May 2012

YES -places like this still exsist today on the Romanian countryside or close as possible to some of the conditions as a few hundred years ago - untouched by the progress of todays civilization.Land of the sycle ,the horse and wagon,shepherds and sheep farms.Man powered...More

Thank dave294458
Reviewed 12 May 2012

An very nice open air museums if you are interested to see how Romanian villages looked in the past. Pretty good representation of all historical regions and the houses are in good condition.

Thank Vila_Predelut
Reviewed 11 May 2012

Very nice walk that allows to see Romanian country houses and traditions.

Thank MadalinaD
Reviewed 10 May 2012

This is a fascinating collection of old houses collected from around Romania. There's reasonably good explanation with each of them and it gives you a really good idea of the kind of house people lived in around Romania.

Thank Steve R
Reviewed 9 May 2012

The Village Museum was a lesson in the history of the Romanian people. Amazing to see the styles of housing from varying areas and to see how industrious the people were.

Thank cpg9
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23 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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Response from Laura V | Reviewed this property |
You will never find free parking, too few spots. Go to hard rock cafe and park there at 1.5lei/hour