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Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum

Kiseleff Road 28-30 | In Herastrau Park, Bucharest 713211, 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” (149 reviews)
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Hours Today: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Kiseleff Road 28-30 | In Herastrau Park, Bucharest 713211, Romania
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+40 21 317 9103
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Reviewed today

With the help of a trusty tour guide was able to visit this great museum, a collection of houses of different eras and more. Delightful area to explore.

Thank Victor H S
Reviewed 4 days ago

This museum was formed in the 1930's by bringing original, old houses from the regions in Romania to Bucharest. It is really quite interesting. We in this modern age do not give enough credit to the people of the past. In these houses you could...More

Thank Spike314159
Reviewed 4 days ago

We've been to the place twice this year. Place is really big, so prepare to get tired if you want to walk through the whole place. Both times (weekends) most of the houses were shut. My husband stepped in a puddle by one of the...More

Thank 11Geena11
Reviewed 4 days ago

Here is the place to look and feel the Romanian life back then.. the customs.. the dishes.. the cloture..

Thank GalYoCityCracker
Reviewed 6 days ago

Took the Subway to teh entrance of the park the Village is just a 10 min walk through the park and you will find a really impressive display of traditional homes Well preserved

Thank Bob715
Reviewed 1 week ago

You can have a real travel at the time and in the space. It's a kid-friendly option. you can have food and also souvenirs

Thank Stasera21
Reviewed 1 week ago

The are is literally glued to Herastrau park and is a great opportunity (for tourist as well) to visit and analyze ancient village houses. Great area for a long walk on a weekend day, with either friends, family, BF/ GF. :)

Thank Ruxandritza
Reviewed 1 week ago

I loved the way this place showed the various types of architecture over the years. Being able to enter the houses gave an excellent understanding how the people lived and worked. Lovely to walk around the gardens and a very nice gift shop - better...More

Thank Kelcardon
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

National Village Museum is situated in the middle of Bucharest, right on Herastrau park. It is a real village, with monuments and artefacts beginning from XVII sec. until the early XX century, very well preserved. There are old buildings from all important Romanian ethnography areas,...More

Thank simani
Reviewed 1 week ago

the culture is amasing! the houses , the place , the parc , every think was gargeous , except the weather !

Thank Miacesrob
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Wednesdayite2014
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.
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claire o
17 August 2015|
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Response from Andra_Madalina | Reviewed this property |
It is, but it wouldn't be that welcoming :)
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dasreiseteam
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
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