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The Communist Consumers Museum is designed as a typical Romanian apartment from that era, with a living room, children's room, kitchen and hallways. It displays on shelves, in closets and drawers most of everything that Romanians could buy before...more
Hours Today: 2:00 PM - 11:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Strada arhitect Szekely Laszlo nr. 1, Timisoara 300191, Romania
So so so proud to see something like this when visiting my home town and to be able to share it with my partner (from London) and teach him about our rich history. Didn’t realise this was also a bar and old board games room...More
I came with my fiance to visit the Museum, but we had no idea it was also a bar. It was funny to discover so many things I knew from my parents' childhood and my own, and to teach him about them (he's French). I...More
If you are hesitating between to visit a museum or hangout in a bar, this is the best option!
Coming into an old communism house and find a bar is a cool idea. The rooms,decoretion and environment make you feel like in these times and...More
It is the best place in this world to re-live your childhood and to bond with your friends upon how many things you had in common, without even knowing. It can feel like a treasure hunt on re-connecting with the people that you know.
This museum is a reconstruction of a typical Romanian apartment from the communist era. If you've lived under communism, you'll love this, because it's jam packed with trinkets you're familiar with. If you haven't lived under communism, you'll probably be curious to see what a...More
The museum lets us explore in its basement the typical romanian home during Comunism. The display centers on several roms each exhibits other facet a kitchen. A salon and a kids room.
I loved it would recommend visiting
First thing first: this is not a proper museum; it's just a collection of regular household objects from 30 years ago. For those trying to get a picture of how it was back in the day, there are too many items in one place to...More