The National Ethnographic Park in Cluj-Napoca is the first open-air museum in Romania founded in 1929. The first sector contains peasant technical installations and workshops illustrating the traditional techniques of processing. The second sector contains traditional peasant farmsteads representative for distinctive ethnographical areas in Transylvania, including constructions dated between 17th and 20th centuries, having the whole necessary household inventory. The exhibited buildings are among the oldest and most valuable monuments of architecture in the Romania’s ethnographical heritage. The Hoia Forest is probably the world’s most haunted forest having a reputation for intense paranormal activity and unexplained events. Specialists from around the world are fascinated by the forest and spent time studying it’s mysteries. The mysterious Forest is beginning to compete more and more with the Dracula legend in Transylvania. Visit with us Hoia Baciu Haunted Forest to discover for yourself.
We are a passionate team of local guides sharing the beauty and the iconic landmarks of Cluj Ethnographic Park and Hoia Haunted Forest. We’ve been showing around the city's magical side for over 5 years to our visitors. It all started as a way to entertain our friends, and the rest, as we say is history. This is a walking tour designed for a unique and memorable experience, where you will see the beautiful sights of Cluj Ethnographic Park and discover nature in Hoia Haunted Forest. Please contact us to check availability for dates and times not listed.
Ethnographic Park - exploring the open air Village Museum Hoia Haunted Forest - discovering nature and forest
This is a medium difficulty walking tour designed for all ages, including children. Please wear comfortable walking shoes. Ethnographic Park access ticket is not included (1,5 EUR in Romanian exchange)