At the heart of Bucharest, the capital of Romania, locals and visitors have the opportunity to walk down the streets of history. At the Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum people can see and experience life as it was lived in rural Romania several decades and centuries ago.
Located on the banks of the Herastrau Lake, this museum showcases households, annexes, churches, installations and much more. It is an open air ethnographic museum that has been developed after careful theoretical as well as field research.
The houses and structures were moved from villages across the country and then carefully rebuilt here. The interiors have also been painstakingly recreated to keep them as close to the original as possible.Places nearby:
Herastrau Park: Bucharest's Lakeside Paradise 0 km / 0 mi
Treasures Of The National Museum Of Art Of Romania 3 km / 2 mi
Aventura Park, Brasov: the biggest adventure park in Eastern Europe 131 km / 81 mi
Black Church: A stupendous Gothic marvel of Transylvanian Europe 135 km / 84 mi
Sea Garden: Burgas' Beautiful Public Park 204 km / 127 mi