The National Museum of the Village "Dimitrie Gusti"

Also located on the Pavel Dimitrievici Kiseleff road, but far from the Antipa Museum, more precisely in Herastrau Park, the Village Museum is considered one of the main tourist attractions in Bucharest, being praised mostly by foreign tourists traveling to Romania. Lying on an impressive surface, the museum has the size of a true village and includes a lot of monuments and artifacts from the 17th century to the 20th century. Here you will find, in fact, houses and rural buildings representative of each ethnographic area of the country, including from Transylvania, Maramures, Oltenia, Moldova, Dobrogea, Muntenia and Banat.

Opening hours:

Monday – 9AM - 5PM
Tuesday – 9AM - 5PM
Wednesday – 9AM - 5PM
Thursday – 9AM - 5PM
Friday – 9AM - 5PM
Saturday – 9AM - 5PM
Sunday – 9AM - 5PM

Ticket Price/Guided Tours

Adults  - 15 LEI (3,14 Euro)
Retired people and Euro 26 cardholders - 8 LEI (1,67 Euro)
Students - 4 LEI (0,83 Euro)

Free access:

  • Preschool, Veterans, People with disabilities, Scholars of the Romanian state;
  • Members Of ICOM, ICOMOS, ASER, AMALR, AEOM, Museum specialists, Employees of the Ministry of Culture and National Identity, Employees of the National Institute for Research in Conservation and Restoration.

Guided Tours:

Romanian  - 200 LEI
English, Russian, Spanish - 300 LEI

*Appointment by e-mail [email protected] at least 48 hours in advance.

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