The Romanian Peasant Museum

Changed by the Communists into the Stalin-Lenin Museum or the Communist Party Museum, after the 1989 Revolution, it managed to regain its former glory, being recognized as the Best European Museum in1996.

The Peasants Museum has a great number of traditional, handmade items on display, helping the visitors to understand how the rural life was and is Romania and discover its interesting customs, some of them long gone.

The Museum is keeping up to date and is an active part in the Bucharest community, by organizing numerous traditional fairs, exhibitions and concerts. And this events are greatly recommended, being a very pleasant way to get in touch with the Romanian folklore and traditions, without leaving the attractions of the today’s modern city.

It is located in a beautiful neo-romanian red brick building on Kisseleff Bld, close to Victoriei Sq. Finished in 1941, even the building itself it’s a masterpiece that worths to be seen.

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The National Peasants Museum
44.454461, 26.083882
Schedule: Tue – Sun, 10am – 6pmAddress: Kisseleff Bld, Nr. 3Get there by:Metro: M1 and M2 in Piata Victoriei Sq.Bus: 205, 300, The Sight seeing
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