In 2020, the Route of the Open Air Ethnographic Museums in Romania received the recognition of the Ministry of Tourism, being the third cultural-tourist route with national development.
The Route of the Open Air Ethnographic Museums in Romania aims to jointly promote some objectives of great importance, both at the national and local level. The institutions that are part of this project are custodians of a rich heritage. It is about a true cultural treasure inherited from the ancestors and preserved in our days to speak to Romanians and foreigners about our values and beliefs.
From this year, 2023, the Golești Viticulture and Horticulture Museum has become an objective of this route, joining the other prominent institutions in Romania that are part of this project: the Maramureş County Council – the Museum of Ethnography and Folk Art Maramureş, the National Village Museum “Dimitrie Gusti” – Bucharest, ASTRA Museum of Traditional Popular Civilization – Sibiu, Museum of the Maramureș Village – Sighetu Marmației, Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania – “Romulus Vuia” National Ethnographic Park – Cluj-Napoca, Wood Art Museum – Câmpulung Moldovenesc, Oaş Country Museum – Negreşti Oaş – Satu Mare county, the National Museum of Bucovina – Bucovina Village Museum, the “Haszmann Pal” Museum – Cernat – Covasna, the Banăţean Village Museum – Timisoara and the Brănean Village Museum – Bran – Brașov county.
Sunday, April 23, 2023, in Baia Mare, on the occasion of the official opening of the visiting season at the Maramureş Museum of Ethnography and Folk Art, our museum received the official diploma and trophy confirming our status as partners of this route.
An innovative tourist product is thus made available to the travel agencies in our country and to the visiting public.
Turistic routes of Argeș County