Uncover impressive Romanian museums, from large open-air ethnographic collections to the Communism Memorial from Sighet.

Top Open-Air Museums in Romania You Should Visit

open air museums in Romania

We hope that our top open-air museums in Romania guide we’ll make you curious to visit as many as possible as each and single one of them is a must-see.  Read more ›

The Great Synagogue from Bucharest: Holocaust Memorial and Survival

great synagogue from bucharest

Discover the Great Synagogue from Bucharest, the oldest synagogue in the capital and one of the few that survived communist demolitions. Read more ›

The Palace of Culture from Iasi: The Historical Symbol of a Bygone Time

Palace of Culture Iasi

A true symbol of the city’s past, this impressive palace dominates the central part of Iasi, and is considered one of the most remarkable monuments in Romania. Read more ›


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The Watermills from Eftimie Murgu: Timeless Traditions

Water Mills Eftimie Murgu

The 22 watermills from Eftimie Murgu are a rare attraction in Romania and the largest watermills park from South-East Europe. Read more ›

The Village Museum: The Rural Heart of Bucharest

Village Museum Bucharest

Explore the open-air Village Museum of Bucharest and its hundreds of traditional houses, one of the must-see attractions in the capital. Read more ›

Cultural Highlights in Bucharest: The Art Collections Museum

Art Collection Museums

Take at least three hours to explore at your own pace the Art Collections Museum from Bucharest and see its over 12,000 exhibits. Read more ›

Bellu Cemetery: History, Art and Drama in Bucharest

Bellu Cemetery

Bellu Cemetery is one of the most authentic cultural attractions in Bucharest. Visiting it is one of the best things to do in the capital. Read more ›