„Dimitrie Gusti” Village Museum Bucharest - Museums in Bucharest - Culture

„Dimitrie Gusti” Village Museum Bucharest

from 1936, one of the first ethnographic museums in the world, in Herastrau Park

At present, the permanent exhibition comprises 123 separate complexes, totaling 363 of monuments, and mobile assets totaling over 50,000 objects.

Opening hours for open air Exhibitions

Entrance from 28 Kiseleff Blvd

Monday 9:00-17:00

Tuesday-Sunday 9:00-17:00

Entrance from 30 Kiseleff Blvd

Wednesday-Sunday 9:00-17:00

Entrance from Miorita gate (Herastrău Park)

Summer (May-September)

Wednesday-Sunday 11:00-19:00

Opening hours for Exhibition Halls

„Gheorghe Focșa” Hall - 28 Kiseleff Blvd

Wednesday-Sunday 11:00-19:00

„H.H. Stahl” Hall -30 Kiseleff Blvd

 Wednesday-Sunday 11:00-19:00

„LENA CONSTANTE” Hall-30 Kiseleff Blvd

Wednesday-Sunday 11:00-19:00


Adults - 10 lei/ticket;

Senior citizens – 2.5 lei/ticket;

Euro 26 card owners: 5 lei/ticket;

Pupils and students: 2.5 lei/ticket.

Free admission: preschool children, veterans, disabled visitors, scholarship students awarded by Romanian State

Address: 28-30 Kiseleff Road, Bucharest
+ 40 021 317 91 03



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