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Unique Museum of Family Life
in Communism

Museum tour //Starting from 24,99 Eur
Tour Duration: 90 minutes

English speaking guide

Small groups (maximum 6 guests / visit) so you can enjoy a quality experience.

Room by room visit: Kitchen, Hallway, Pantry, Bedroom, Child room, Bathroom, Living room

Numerous photo opportunities: unlike any other museum we encourage you to touch and play with our exhibits.

Working exhibits: watch archive video footage on a vintage TV, listen to music on an old pick-up and many other surprises

Snacks (delicacies of the 80`s), soft beverages & personalized gifts – depending on the ticket option

Book a night at the Museum

Ready to spend a night behind the Iron Curtain?

In the area of Militari neighborhood, once renowned for Ceaușescu’s ambition to rebuilt the face of the city, now a historical statement for the architecture of the 80’s.

Unique insights from the daily life of Romanian people during the 80s

Discover the experience of the 80’s period through our Touch-Taste-Learn concept: authentic music, stories and tastes.

A guided tour is included in the accommodation price for your complete immersion.

Ferestroika invites you to a journey through time.

Premium design and décor for memorable photos.

Dinner at the Museum

Interactive Dinner Experience// Guided Tour
Tour Duration: 120 minutes

Interactive dinner experience with homemade dishes and beverages: appetizers (stuffed eggs, Sibiu salami, etc), classical borsch, sided by beef salad and desserts

English guided tour with a historian

Drink typical beverages like plum brandy (served hot with peppercorns or cold), softer liquor like cherry brandy, white or red wine.

Find out how Romanians managed to party during the holidays and enjoy these scarce products during some of the harshest years of the Romanian communist regime.