The whole idea of this museum is great, but the way it was implemented is a bit poor. There is very little info on the signs, most of it is in Romanian. no sign tells about the century or history of the building.
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A place for joy, silence, beauty. Very often there are Festivals organised with handcrafts, traditional food and music.
My wife and I spent 2 1/2 to 3 hours at Muzel Astra, and only finished 1/2 of the grounds. There's so much to see on this 237+ acres of open space and that's not counting the museum exhibits. Plan to spend the whole day....More
Thank you for sharing your experiences, nice illustrated :). Hope to visit us again.
You will need to dedicate a day here. Walk the silent paths and admire the old traditions. When tired you can relax at the restaurant which serves traditional food. You cannot visit Sibiu and miss this!
It took us two hours to have a full immersion in this interesting museum. The villages are beautifully recreated: the interiors are wowie! We were pleased to see such cure in details. The only missing thing? Explanation panels! If you are romanian, you won't have...More
I had a nice walk with my gf down this museum. Nice nature and well conserved architecture and countryside lifestyle. A good place to spend an entire day. You have a restaurant with romanian traditional food and drinks.
Thank you very much for your wonderful and complete emotional review for our museum. We will be glad to welcome you back again and again.
We enjoyed the outdoor museum very much! Very nice experience for us! We were just sorry that the gift shop was not open the day we went- however, we went to their shop in the Square and had a great time! Just remember to wear...More
We called in here en route from the Fagerhas Mountains and wished we could have spent longer - one could happily spend whole day here. It is a lovely and interesting place. For English speakers there are no translations available unless - presumably - one...More
This place was a surprize, even if museums are not on top of our priority list. Lovely buildings and exhibits letting you feel the history. People are very friendly to explain, even with hands and feet if necessary, as not many know any other tongue...More