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Ethnographic Park


The National Ethnographic Vuia, established in 1929, bears the name of its founder and first museum manager, Professor Romulus Vuia.
The exhibited pieces are in fact old traditional buildings, grouped according to their regional establishments, folk architecture monuments, folk installations, craftsman workshops, wells, gateways, big wooden crosses and indoor textiles.
Interesting facts:
•The Ethnographic Museum is the oldest from Romania;
•The oldest exhibit pieces date back from 1678;
•The church from Cizer-Salaj, at the construction of which contributed Nicola Ursu (Horea), just before the 1784 uprising, is one of the most beautiful wooden churches in Transylvania; weddings are still being officiated in this architectural monument;
•It hosts annual fairs and traditional cultural manifestations.

Entry fee:
Adults: 6 RON
Students, senior citizens: 3 RON

Photo fee: 25 RON/pers
Video fee: 35 RON/pers
Guided tours (less than 15 persons): 25 RON

Access: bus - lines 26, 27, 28, 30, 4, last stop Piata 14 Iulie
summer program, wednesday-sunday 10: 00-18: 00
winter program, wednesday-sunday 09: 00-16: 00


Category: EN Parc etnografic