Generally lauded as Bucharest's best museum, the Museum of the Romanian Peasant expounds upon the theme of the Village Museum, displaying objects from all aspects of folk life, often in a playful manner. The collection includes peasant clothing and weavings, ceramics, painted eggs, handmade tools and more religious iconography than we can stand to look at. Located in a fine brick building near the Piata Victoriei metro stop, the museum formerly honoured the Communist Party and Romanian Revolutionary Workers Movement, so it's fitting that there is a display of communist iconography in the basement today (though it's a rather paltry exhibition). Adults 6 lei, students 2 lei. Open Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00 to 18:00.
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john stenson from United Kingdom Reply
it was awesome in its simplicity
john from United Kingdom Reply
this could be an international museum of stature with more marketing. positively awesome
Riina Annus from Estonia Reply
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Glenn from United States Reply
Interesting insight :)
Esther from United States Reply
It's unique and quite interesting. We spent more time here than I thought I would.