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The Miko Palace is largely restored, so not a lot remaining. The exhibitions inside are nice and modern. One focuses on the life of folk people 100 years ago. Another focuses on local history, region and city. A smaller one covers the history of the...More
The museum is in the Mikó castle of Miercurea Ciuc. There are other museums, one about the history of the castle, the other about restauration of books and statues.
The exhibitions are interesting and quite rich - especially compared to the entrance fee. I really...More
For a small town museum, I thought the exhibits were relevant, interesting and nicely displayed. The staff was attentive and although we had a language barrier, we were made to feel comfortable. All 5 of us enjoyed our afternoon at this museum.
The museum is a must see in Miercurea Ciuc. It is hosted by an ancient castle.
We enjoyed the stories told by the movies, and we could take pictures dressed as Austrians. This was really funny.
People working there were all very nice, but made...More
If you come in the city it is ok to visit the museum.
My only problem was, even if we are in Romania, the first language to comunicate here was hungarian. In talking, on videos in the museum, in everything here.
The museum isn't very...More
Just across the street from the city hall, you can find a beautifully restored Renaissance influenced castle. It looks more like a fortress and it really is a keep for numerous really good exhibitions, includind specialised show-ups about life in traditional Szekely villages, popular dresses,...More
Whenever we come here,we do enjoy the food,the atmosphere and the place.My favourite dish is tagliatele with truffles and when it comes about dessert that will be in my case -tortul casei,that means the cake of the day.
They've really nicely restored this castle. The inside has several museums showing life like it was hundreds of years ago as well as an ethnographic museum.
The fellow who was a guard was exceptionally nice allowing me access and time to take 360 panorama photos...More