Museum Of The Romanian PeasantCurrently Closed
- Address: Șoseaua Pavel Dimitrievici Kiseleff 3, București 011341, Romania, Bucharest
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +40-213179661
- Ticket Price: 8 RON
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art Museum, Family And Kids, Architecture , Specialty Museum
Museum Of The Romanian Peasant - Review
It took almost 30 years to build this structure, which was completed in 1941. The architecture is neo-Romanian. After World War 2 it served as a museum dedicated to Stalin and later the Romanian Communist Party.
The museum focuses entirely on artifacts and descriptions of what it means to be a peasant in Romania. The 90000 items cover a diverse variety of objects such as ceramics, costumes, furniture, textiles, wooden objects, religious habits, kitchen appliances, domestic tools, musical instruments, and photographs. Most of the items come from the 18th to 20th centuries. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Bucharest itinerary 1 day.
Museum Of The Romanian Peasant Information
- Check out the souvenir shop.
Museum Of The Romanian Peasant Ticket Prices
- Child, Student: 2 lei
- Senior: 4 lei
- Audio guide (in Romanian, French, English, German): 12 lei
Museum Of The Romanian Peasant Opening and Closing Hours
- Last admission is at 5 pm.
- Night Programmes: 6pm-9pm
How To reach Museum Of The Romanian Peasant by Public Transport
- By Bus: 300, 381 and 783 stop Piata Victoriei & 205, 300, N113 stop Spitalul Clinic Filantropia
- By Metro: M1, M2 stop Piata Victoriei
- By Trams: 22, 42, 45, 46 stop Piata Victoriei
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Museum Of The Romanian Peasant, Bucharest Reviews
It was beautiful. It was in renovation and we saw a little bit of it but if you like museums you just love it! I want to go again with my husband! The museum doesnt have lots of money to invest but its heritage is the most important!
Not much to see. Staff is not well prepared. The could work more on their presentation skills to connect each item more with its history and evolution. No place where to can buy a drink or something to eat. Very low public relations.
Closed for renovations (for another year or two, if I understood the attendant correctly). Only exhibit is a show of found photos of village life from the 50s and 60s, which is excellent, but not what we were expecting.
A very inspiring place for those who have grew up in the countryside. It brings me back good memories about my childhood and my grand parents.
An interesting museum that gives an insight into the life of the peasants in Romania. The lack of in depth information about the exhibits is a serious issue as it is hard to fully appreciate what you are looking at unless you have a guide. It's really unfortunate that the management has so little interest in educating visitors.
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