I) Permanent exhibitions: Folklore Art
II) Temporary exhibitions:
1. Wedding customs at peasants from Dobrogea – 21st of January – 4th of March
2. The tradition of the “Martisor gift” in Romania – 28th of February – 29th of March
3. The ornamental elements of the hand woven traditional towels from Dobrogea – 06th of March – 23rd of April
4. Celebration of Easter in the traditional Romanian Village – 25th of April – 25th of May
5. Folklore Art in Dobrogea – 27th of May -30th of July
6. Customs of cycles of life– 3rd of August – 30th of September
7. Traditional folklore costumes from Dobrogea – 2nd of October – 2nd of December
8. Customs on Christmas, New Year’s Eve and Twelfth Day – 4th of December – 15th of January
III) Fairs, Festivals:
1. “Martisor gift” Fair – 25th of February -2nd of March, Museum’s yard
2. Fair for children – 31 April – 1st of May, Museum’s yard
3. Romanian handicraftsmen Fair – 17th of August -21st of August, Sea front Mamaia Casino
4. Handicraftsmen Fair at Harvest Day – 25th of September – 12th of October, Exhibition Pavilion
Note: See the public transport page for more informations.
The car is the most convenient and inexpensive alternative to get to Constanta. The distance between Bucharest - Constanta is 225 km and can be made in 2 hours and 30 minutes. The time increases considerably during the summer months, when roads are crowded with those who want to sunbathe on the Romanian coast. The most popular route is Sun Highway: Bucharest - Fundulea - Lehliu - Drajna - Fetesti - Cernavoda - Constanta.
At the railway station from Constanta arrive trains from the most important cities of the country: Bucharest, Suceava, Iasi, Buzau, Cluj-Napoca, Sibiu, etc. Trains of different categories leave from Bucharest and the minimum duration of the trip is of 4 hours. Ticket price starts from 30 lei.
Constanta has two airports: The International Airport Mihail Kogalniceanu and the Tuzla Airfield. In Constanta arrive flights from Bucharest, Timisoara, Milano, Pisa, Brussels, Nuremberg, Wien.