Ethnographic Park Romulus VuiaCurrently Open
- Address: Aleea Muzeului Etnografic, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Named after the founder Professor Romulus Vuia, the Ethnographic Park Romulus Vuia is an open-air museum in Romania which was established in 1929. With exhibits dating back to 1679, the museum features traditional buildings, folk installations, huge wooden crosses and many significant pieces of the local history. A must visit for history buffs, this park with its wood carvings, craftsman workshops, indoor textiles, Romanian craft, and antique setups makes for an interesting visit.