Piaţa Mică, nr. 21
+4 0269 202 422
+4 0269 218 060
This is the place where you will discover one of the most important collections of Saxon folk art in Romania. Housed in a beautiful monument building, the museum is organised in three sections: the folk art galleries, the exhibition and conference hall and the common storehouse-exhibition space dedicated especially to lovers of Saxon art collections.
The museum heritage is made up of 8300 items divided in three collections: ceramics, textile clothing and furniture items.
The permanent exhibition Transylvanian Glazed Stove Tiles - 15th - 18th century is located at 12, Huet Square and it may be visited during the following opening hours
Pupils, students, retired:
Guided tour/ hour
10 lei/ pers. (limba română); 30 lei/ pers. (limbi străine)
In summer: Tuesday-Sunday: 10.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.
In winter: Tuesday-Sunday: 09.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.
For further details please go to: www.muzeulastra.ro
Did you know...?
The museum houses Romania’s most valuable collection of glazed stove tiles and one of the richest in Europe. (Glazed stove tiles were clay tiles used for building stoves).
Coordonate GPS: 45.79 N, 24.15 E