Monitoring the cultural domain in Romania during the Covid-19 crisis

Reopening for the public

Release date: April 8, 2020

Decision no. 24/14.05.2020 is emitted instituting the state of alert on national level and the measures preventing and controlling infections in the context of the epidemiological situation generated by the SARSCoV-2 virus. The Annex of the Decision 24/14.05.2020 allows the cultural activities taking place in specific spaces, respectively in museums, libraries and exhibition halls and which are conducted respecting the measures for prevention and protection. Therefore, some of the museums and libraries have resumed their activity with the public in various ways:

Museums and libraries in Romania that have announced they would resume the visiting and access schedule for the public:

May 15th 2020

May 16th 2020

  • Muzeul Județean Gorj Alexandru Ștefulescu reopened the following branches: The History and Archaeology Museum, The Art Museum and Memorial House „Ecaterina Teodoroiu”, The Popular Architecture Museum in Curtișoara, The Museum House of „Constantin Brâncuși” in Hobița, The Memorial House „Tudor Vladimirescu” in Vladimir, The Memorial House „Ion Popescu-Voitești” in Voiteștii din Deal and The Memorial House  Casa Cartienilor de la Cartiu. [details]
  • Muzeul Județean de Stiințele Naturii Prahova reopened the Botanical Garden section in Bucov [details]
  • Muzeul Municipal Câmpulung Muscel reopened for the public the Mausoleum in Mateiaş and the „George Topîrceanu” Memorial House, and, as of Monday, May 18th 2020, it reopened for the public the History and Plastic Art section and the Ethnography and Popular Art section. [details]

May 19th 2020

May 20th 2020

May 22nd 2020

  • Muzeul Țării Crișurilor, along with its sections: memorial museums ”Aurel Lazăr”, ”Iosif Vulcan” and ”Ady Endre”, as well as The Cave in Vadu Crișului [details]

June 1st 2020