Not at all what I expected. Apparently most of the exhibition is being renovated or in exhange. A friendly man from the staff approached me after I entered the building and gave me a mini tour (in german) of the small exhibition that was avaible (tribal instruments and an egiptian mummy!). It's not much but then but it was only... 更多
Like several museums we visited in Sibiu it was hard to get any up to date accurate information about it. Certainly some we did get inside were very unwelcoming and the staff had a poor idea of customer service. After getting inside the front door here we met several people in different offices who all agreed it was shut but... 更多
I stayed in Sibiu for two months and I tried to visit this museum twice.Every time there were only some children aimed exhibition,nothing like ethnographic museum.According to an employee,nobody knows when the museum will recover its initial destination.
Neither ethnographic museum had anything of substance apart from a Chinese Exhibition. Everything had been locked away! As an anthropologist I don't travel 2 and a half hours for everything to be put away out of sight!
I have discovered this museum by accident one morning and I was delighted. I does seem like a private collection build up by an old bourgeois, but I think that is the charm. It's not a very big museum, but if you have to spare 40-60 min, I think it's well worth your time.
The permanent collection was not open when I went so we only saw a collection of Indonesian art. Was quite ok but very small. It only cost us 50cents for 2 persons. The raiting is actually for the people working there. I really liked their kindness.
Poorly explained. Random examples of cultures from around the world: African, Egyptian, Japanese. The sort of thing that might have impressed people from an insular nation back before the internet, before TV. But today?