The Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum is an open-air culture museum situated in Bucharest, Romania. The museum showcases traditional Romanian village life with model villages which contain 272 authentic farms and houses. It is named after its creator Dimitrie Gusti who founded the museum in 1936. The museum is the place to go to learn about what village life has been like and what it is currently like in Romania.
The museum is situated in King Michael I Park in the city. You can get there by taking the 131, 205, 331 or 335 bus to ‘Muzeul Satului’. The 41 tram stops a short walk away at ‘Agronomie‘.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum is open six days a week, Tuesday to Sunday 9am-5pm. Admission is set at 15LEI for adults, 8LEI for seniors and 4LEI for students.