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Visiting hours for tourist objectives in Neamţ County

 

“Cucuteni” Eneolithic Art Museum Piatra Neamţ

Address: 3 Ştefan cel Mare Street, Piatra Neamț, Neamţ County
GPS coordinates: N 46 56.009, E 26 22.119
Phone: +40.233.226.471
Official webpage: http://maecpn.muzeu-neamt.ro/
On display, the widest and richest collection in Romania and in Europe of artefacts belonging to Precucuteni-Cucuteni Culture developed between 3600-2600 B.C. The collection includes some 800 items, most of them tanking in the hoard category. Here, you can admire priceless exhibits such as the Small Columns Vessel, Frumuşica Hora, Hora-type Vessel, statuettes in the group the Goddesses’ Synaxis, The Thinker of Târpeşti. The smallest statuette in the museum measures only 1 cm by 2 mm high and belongs to the statuette group called the Holy Family.
Visiting hours:
10 AM – 6 PM (April – September)
9 AM – 5 PM (October – March)

Closed on Monday.

 


Museum of Natural Sciences Piatra Neamţ

Address: 26 Petru Rareș Street, Piatra Neamț, Neamţ County
GPS coordinates: N 46 56.069, E 26 22.412
Phone: +40.233.224.211
Official webpage: http://msnpn.muzeu-neamt.ro/
It is only here that you can see a collection of Oligocene fossil fish, which is unique in the world. It has over 600 items, of which 31 are new species. The scientific assets of the museum consist of 45,000 items and the basic collection represents various aspects all over the territory of Neamţ County – geological, paleontological, floristic, faunistic, and ecological.
Visiting hours:
10 AM – 6 PM (April – September)
9 AM – 5 PM (October – March)

Closed on Monday.

 

 

Art Gallery Piatra Neamţ

Address: 1 Royal Court Square, Piatra Neamț, Neamţ County
GPS coordinates: N 46 55,975, E 26 22,076
Phone: +40.233.216.808
Official webpage: http://mapn.muzeu-neamt.ro/
Pursuing the national specificity and its interference with European values, the gallery displays the work of artists who developed their roots in or who entertained emotional ties with Neamţ County, such as C.D. Stahi, Aurel Băieşu, Lascăr Vorel, N. Milord, Clement Pompiliu, Iulia Hălăucescu, and shelters important selections of their work.
Visiting hours:
10 AM – 6 PM (April – September)
9 AM – 5 PM (October – March)

Closed on Monday.

 

 

Ethnography Museum Piatra Neamț

Address: 1 Royal Court Square, Piatra Neamț, Neamţ County
GPS coordinates: N 46 55,993, E 26 22,083
Phone: +40.733.939.453
Official webpage: http://mepn.muzeu-neamt.ro/
With a picturesque architectural line, the museum presents to the public, since 1960, aspects of the peasant dwelling on the Bistrita Valley, the popular costume, the main occupations and crafts in the sub-Carpathian region of Moldova, as well as the agricultural work.
Visiting hours:
10 AM – 6 PM (April – September)
9 AM – 5 PM (October – March)

Closed on Monday.

 

 

“Calistrat Hogaș” Memorial House Piatra Neamț

Address: 1 Calistrat Hogaș Street, Piatra Neamț, Neamţ County
GPS coordinates: N 46 55.902, E 26 21.962
Phone: +40.233.225.997
Official webpage: http://mmchpn.muzeu-neamt.ro/
Waits for you to enter the writer’s familiar atmosphere in his last years and his study, which will urge you to head towards the Mountain Trails of Neamţ County.
Visiting hours:
10 AM – 6 PM (April – September)
9 AM – 5 PM (October – March)

Closed on Monday.

 

 

Museum of History and Ethnography Târgu Neamţ

Address: 37 Ştefan cel Mare Street, Târgu Neamț, Neamţ County
GPS coordinates: N 47 12.442, E 26 21.409
Phone: +40.233.790.594
Official webpage: http://mietn.muzeu-neamt.ro/
In the museum yard, in a new shed, the largest rural technological items are displayed – the last to be found in Neamţ region. They were acquired three decades ago: a watermill, a felting mill for woollen peasant coats, a water saw, a massive wine press, and a distilling installation. These are vivid testimonies of the artisans’ inventiveness and craft as well as of the skill of the peasants who would use them.
Visiting hours:
10 AM – 6 PM (April – September)
9 AM – 5 PM (October – March)

Closed on Monday.

 

 

“Ion Creangă” Memorial House, Humulești, Târgu Neamț

Address: 8 Ion Creangă Street, Târgu Neamț, Neamţ County

GPS coordinates: N 47 11,855, E 26 21,274

Phone: +40.233.790.620

Official webpage: http://mmich.muzeu-neamt.ro/

An entire rural universe dating from mid-nineteenth century with its picturesque fragrance of the era surrounds the visitors from their very steps on the trodden path to the house. The exhibits of this memorial house -one of the most visited in the country- are filled with the aura of Creangă’s recollections. He was one of the most renowned sons of this land soaked with history and spirituality. The whitewashed stove shelf, the famous tassels – the cats’ would play with all day long, the entrance hall of the house and the yard where Nică’s childhood adventures began from are all waiting for you.

Visiting hours:
10 AM – 6 PM (April – September)
9 AM – 5 PM (October – March)

Closed on Monday.

 

Neamț Fortress Târgu Neamț

Address: 1 Fortress Alley, Târgu Neamț, Neamţ County

GPS coordinates: N 47 12.849, E 26 20.599

Neamț Fortress is part of the category of medieval monuments in Romania, of exceptional value, being located in the vicinity of the highest peak of Pleșului Peak. Watching on the valleys of Moldova and Siret, as well as on the access road to Transylvania, the Fortress of Neamţ passed through numerous sieges that took place during the distant times and represents the grand testimony of a troubled history of the Moldovan medieval state.

Built during the reign of Petru Mușat (1374-1391), the glory of the medieval fortress from Neamţ corresponds to the reign of Stephen the Great (1457-1504), due to the numerous works of strengthening and erecting its walls. The building has been declared a historical monument since 1866. The most recent works, carried out before 2009 and financed by the PHARE Program, have changed the image of the fortress, highlighting the grandeur and tumultuous past, now presented to the public in an attractive way.

Phone: +40.733.981.798, +40.733.981.814

Official webpage: http://mcntn.muzeu-neamt.ro/

Visiting hours:
10 AM – 6 PM (April – September)
9 AM – 5 PM (October – March)

Closed on Monday.

 

“Veronica Micle” Memorial House Târgu Neamț

Address: 33 Ştefan cel Mare Street, Târgu Neamț, Neamţ County

GPS coordinates: N 47 12.424, E 26 21.440

Phone: +40.233.790.594

Official webpage: http://cmvmtn.muzeu-neamt.ro/

In the old centre of Târgu Neamţ town, Veronica Micle Memorial House stands as a precious relic of the nineteenth century weaving the images of the old settlement with the living memory of the poetess who carved her name for eternity – through love and sorrow – next to Mihai Eminescu’s name.

Visiting hours:
10 AM – 6 PM (April – September)
9 AM – 5 PM (October – March)

Closed on Monday.

 

History Museum Roman

Address: 19 Cuza Vodă Street, Roman, Neamţ County

GPS coordinates: N 46.925847, E 26.924417

Phone: +40.233.727.726, +40.233.744.673

Official webpage: http://mir.muzeu-neamt.ro/

Here you will discover an impressive collection of over 170,000 items, with rare and valuable pieces such as the Neolithic – Cucuteni A hoard, the inventory of Văleni Dacian necropolis, the Cucuteni A-B Culture adornments hoard which contains metal and bone jewellery, the over 220-piece deer fang necklace, the largest of its kind in southeastern Europe, artefacts dating back to the free Dacians’ era, the medieval Roman Fortress as well as the Roman coin hoard discovered in the Roman area. In the Negruzzi Mansion which houses the museum, you will be enchanted in particular by the mural painting and decoration of the ceiling which Ludwig Brenner made in 1884 and by the architecture specific to the late nineteenth-century Baroque.

Visiting hours:
10 AM – 6 PM (April – September)
9 AM – 5 PM (October – March)

Closed on Monday.

 

Art Gallery Roman

Address: 3 Mihai Eminescu Street, Roman, Neamţ County

GPS coordinates: N 46.926108, E 26.931298

Phone: +40.233.744.011

Official webpage: http://mar.muzeu-neamt.ro/

Contains collections pf painting, sculpture, drawing, and decorations of the artists in Roman or of other national artists that stopped by in Roman in the path of their artistic career ascension. Temporary exhibitions are often added to the basic one. They focus on various styles and techniques of contemporary art.

Visiting hours:
10 AM – 6 PM (April – September)
9 AM – 5 PM (October – March)

Closed on Monday.

 

Museum of Natural Sciences Roman

Address: 248 Ştefan cel Mare street, Municipal Park, Roman, Neamţ County

GPS coordinates: N 46.933819, E 26.925703

Phone: +40.233.742.528

Official website: http://msnr.muzeu-neamt.ro/

Located in the Municipal Park, in a modern building, that harmoniously integrates in the surroundings, the museum stands for an important and pleasant possibility to be acquainted with nature due both to its permanent exhibition and to the temporary ones. The basic exhibition contains species of plants and animals specific to the ecosystems in the forests, pastures, and meadows in Roman area. The exhibits were collected during research conducted in the confluence area of Moldova and Siret Rivers.

Visiting hours:
10 AM – 6 PM (April – September)
9 AM – 5 PM (October – March)

Closed on Monday.

 

“Nicolae Popa” Ethnographic Museum in Târpești

Address: Târpeşti village, Petricani commune, Neamţ county

GPS coordinates: N 47.150568, E 26.438487

Phone: +40.747.134.040, +40.758.640.653

Official webpage: http://www.muzeulpopa.ro/

On a green slope, the gate opens onto a large yard, with many fruit trees. Among the trees, you will see many fairy-tale characters – carved in wood or stone by the famous artisan Nicolae Popa – which bring to life the entire atmosphere. The layout of the yard, between the old house and the more recent one, is that of an open-air museum whose harmony between nature and naive art enchants the visitors. You will be charmed inside the house, too – it is filled like a beehive with rich collections of authentic art, gathered from among the villages around Târpeşti.

Visiting hours:

Monday to Sunday: 8 AM – 8 PM

 

“Vasile Găman” Ethnographic Museum in Vînători-Neamț

Address: Lunca village, Vînători-Neamţ Commune, Neamț County

GPS coordinates: N 47 13.603, E 26 17.821

Phone: +40,736,324.173

Wherever you set your eyes in house hold of the artisan Vasile Găman you may find proof of his talent and craftsmanship. Beginning with the high gate onto which, as he puts it, “I wrote the history of my people with the chisel, to know all passers-by”. His love for the traditions of the people on the Ozana Valley materialised in his collecting tools and household objects, pottery and coffee tables, old folk dress, fur vests and long woollen coats, all kind and sizes of pots, musical instruments, and old coins, icons, books and maps  and many other valuables. Hospitable people are waiting for you to visit their home.

Visiting hours:

Please call the telephone number displayed above to confirm the date and time of your visit.

 

“Iulia Hălăucescu” Art Gallery in Tarcău

Address: Tarcău commune, Neamț County (on the road to Brateș)

GPS coordinates: N 46 53,363, E 26 07,479

Phone: +40.233.240.951, +40.752.200.977 (Curator: Juncu Maria)

Official webpage: http://www.tarcau.ro/1/

The museum presents to you, for the enjoyment of the eye and the mind, an exhibition like a story land, with landscapes and portraits, meant to reveal the charm of Tarcăului from another time. Founded in November 2003, the museum houses 120 paintings in watercolor and oil by the Lady of the Romanian watercolor – Iulia Hălăucescu, 25 pieces of furniture from the artist’s painting workshop and an exhibition of ceramics and crafts in the area of ​​the Tarcău commune. .

Visiting hours:

Wednesday to Thursday: 12 PM – 3.30 PM

Friday to Sunday: 10 AM – 4PM

 

“Mihail Sadoveanu” Memorial House in Vînători-Neamț

Address: 85 Mihail Sadoveanu Street, Neamț Monastery village, Vânători-Neamț commune, Neamț County

GPS coordinates: N 47 257, E 26 20,926

Phone: +40.742.637.432; +40.233.251.889

A special interest will arouse your hunting and fishing objects, illustrative for both the life and the work of the writer. With a careful eye you will be able to find the Venetian furniture in the living room or a desk, more than a hundred years old, and an impressive Viennese piano, which was played by George Enescu, Dinu Lipatti, Maria Tănase. To the 1823 objects that belonged to the writer are added 21 manuscripts.

Visiting hours:

Please call one of telephone numbers displayed above to confirm the date and time of your visit.

 

YOUTH THEATRE PIATRA NEAMŢ

Through its various programs, Youth Theatre provides not only the public in Neamţ County but from everywhere with a theatrical offer which stands apart through high quality performances, diversity, innovation, non-conformism, inviting spectators of all ages to become an active part in the cultural act, from reflecting on the theatrical products to co-creation and becoming involved in playwriting, taking into account the new specific demand of cultural products at the beginning of the 21st century.

To find out more about the shows presented by Youth Theatre in Piatra Neamţ, please contact the Ticket agency:

Ticket agency program:

Monday-Friday: 11:00 – 12:00 and 16:00 – 19:00

Saturday – Sunday: 16:00 – 19:00

Phone: +40.233.211.036, +40.752149735

E-mail: [email protected]

You can book your ticket by calling the phone numbers or sending an E-mail at the address mentioned above. In order to be valid, tickets for reservations must be paid 24 hours before the show.

For detailed information on shows, premieres and tickets, please visit: http://www.teatrultineretului.ro/

 

CEAHLĂU NATIONAL PARK

Ceahlău Massif is considered to be the holy mountain of Romanians, a magnificent place shrouded in mystery and full of spirituality. Its legendary allure is complemented by its impressive, massive appearance, and a certain mysterious aura surrounding it. Dominating the mountains around, due to its relatively lonely position, which allows its perfect visibility, like an old pyramid or a promontory, Ceahlău Massif is easily seen from many parts of Moldavia and Transylvania. Consisting of a radius peaks system that converge to two points of maximum height, Ocolaşul Mare Peak (1907m) and Toaca Peak (1904m), Ceahlău Massif stretches on more than 290km2, of which only 10% is occupied by the alpine abyss delimited by steep stone walls, which create the appearance of a citadell.

With breathtaking views along each of the eight marked trails, Ceahlău Massif has its Dedication Day on August the 6th, when Christians around the world celebrate the Transfiguration of Jesus Christ. Every year, on August the 6th, tourists can observe a unique phenomenon in the world: The Shadow of the Pyramid. The phenomenon reaches the maximum intensity exactly on the 6th of August at sunrise, when the shadow of Toaca Peak overlapped over the shadow of Piatra Ciobanului Peak forms a natural hologram resembling a perfect pyramid, which can be seen for over 80 minutes. Some scholars believe that one of the energetic meridians of the globe passes through Toaca Peak (1904 m). This makes Ceahlău Massif a tourist attraction as interesting as Stonehenge or the Egyptian pyramids.

For planning your visit/hike inside the perimeter of Ceahlău National Park, please contact Ceahlău National Park Administration Centre or Ceahlău National Park Visitors’ Centre:

Ceahlău National Park Administration Centre

Address: Durău Resort, Ceahlău commune, Neamț County

Phone: +40.233.256.600, +40.726.100.690

E-mail: [email protected]

Official webpage: www.ceahlaupark.ro

 

 

Ceahlău National Park Visitors’ Centre

Address: Izvorul Muntelui, Bicaz, Neamț County

Phone: +40.233.256.600

E-mail: [email protected]

Official webpage: www.ceahlaupark.ro

Open: Tuesday to Sunday: 09:00 – 17:00; closed on Monday

 

 

BICAZ GORGES – HĂŞMAŞ NATIONAL PARK

Included in NATURA 2000 – SCI (Sites of Community Importance) and SPA (Special Protection Areas), the place is a truly impressive. Giant stone walls, of over 300m high, make way for a serpentine road of rare beauty, where one can only hear the icy mountain waters roaring while tumbling down over large stone boulders. The picturesque landscape displayed by ”the Stone Kingdom” of Bicaz and Şugău Gorges made them the most famous gorges in Romania and most spectacular limestone valleys in Europe. The gorges are located in the central part of Hăşmaş Mountains, in the eastern chain of the Romanian Carpathians, and annually attracts visitors from all over the world. Accompanied by the harsh voice of the wind, each stone giant has a story to tell: “The Altar Stone”, impressively and majestically guarding the road, recalls those times when the Dacians, Romanian’s ancestors, used to practice their worship rituals here, about 5000 years ago; “The “Hell’s Throat”, where the rocky massifs meet up in the sky, evokes memories of the harsh battles with the elements, which it had conquered, over the ages, while ”The Guardian”, a straight wall that completes the apocalyptic landscape, is proud to tell about all the brave climbers who tried to escalate it, in the attempt to push their limits.

Tourists can choose among 18 hiking trails crossing the gorges, a unique attraction with overwhelming landscapes. The wilderness and massiveness of the limestone cliffs, crossed by the winding road, transform the entire area into an spectacular and interesting place not only for tourists from Romania and abroad, but also for climbing enthusiasts. Another surprise welcoming the tourists is Via Ferrata Astragalus, a unique project inaugurated in the summer of 2017. The route is the first one of its kind in Romania, being the longest Via Ferrata trail, including 5 alternative climbing routes, of different lengths and degrees of difficulty. Designed and produced according to Western standards, Via Ferrata Astragalus was inspired by similar projects in Austria and Germany. Via Ferrata, also called “the iron road” brings an unforgettable adventure for tourists right in the heart of nature.

For planning your visit/hike inside the perimeter of Bicaz Gorges – Hăşmaş National Park, please contact Bicaz Gorges – Hăşmaş National Park Administration Centre:

Bicaz Gorges – Hăşmaş National Park Administration Centre

Address: Izvoru Mureșului Nr. 664, Harghita County

Phone: +40 266 336 540; +40 744 272 629 

E-mail: p[email protected]; [email protected]

Official webpage: https://www.cheilebicazului-hasmas.ro/; http://ananp.gov.ro/ananp/2017/11/28/parcul-national-cheile-bicazului-hasmas/   

Open: Monday to Sunday: 08:00 – 16:30

 

Neamț Montain Rescue

Address: Durău Resort, Ceahlău commune, Neamț County

Phone: +40.233.256.009; +40.734.889.137

E-mail: [email protected]

 

Vânători Neamț Natural Park

Tourists interested in meeting the largest herbivor in Europe, living in similar conditions to those living in the wild, and studying the animals in their natural habitat can make an appointment at Vânători Neamţ Natural Park Administration Centre. Nowadays, the Park is the only place in Romania where tourists can visit the bison in three habitat types: inside “Dragoş Vodă” Carpathian Wildlife and Bisons Reserve, in semi-freedom, in the acclimatization enclosure at the „Bisons Management Centre” and in freedom, in the forests of the communes Agapia, Bălţăteşti, Brusturi, Crăcăoani, Vânători Neamţ, Răuceşti, Pipirig, Hangu till Ceahlău. “Bison Land” in Neamţ, internationally renowned destination, has been included in Top 100 Sustainable Destinations worldwide, a global contest organized by Green Destinations in partnership with other 20 international organizations working in the field of sustainable tourism.

For planning your visit to Vânători Neamț Natural Park, please contact Vânători Neamț Natural Park Administration Centre:

Vânători Neamț Natural Park Administration Centre

Address: 2 Zimbrului Street, Vânători Neamț commune, Neamț County

Phone: +40.233.251.060

E-mail: [email protected]

Official webpage: https://vanatoripark.ro

Services available for visitors:

  • Pedestrian guide – accompanying groups of tourists on the routes inside Vânători Neamţ Natural Park;
  • Bison safari in semi-freedom – accompanying tourist groups for observing bisons in semi-freedom in the acclimatization enclosure from Vânători Neamţ Natural Park;
  • Bison safari liberty – accompanying tourist groups for observing bisons roaming free in the area of ​​ Vănători Neamţ Natural Park;
  • Filming within the perimeter of Vânători Neamţ Natural Park;
  • Use of the Tyrolean in the Visiting Center area (includes safety equipment rental);
  • Use of the Park’s cars for various activities;
  • “24h stay” – includes the use of the Park facilities and also free visiting of the tourist attractions within the Park.

 

“Col. Virgil Bărbuceanu” equestrian base in Piatra Neamţ

A main tourist attraction for horse lovers, “Col. Virgil Bărbuceanu” equestrian base has that “secret ingredient” which makes practitioners and supporters of equestrian sports eager to spend here not just one day, but more, since here you can find quietness, and relaxation and can directly experiment the strong bond between man and horse.

“Col. Virgil Bărbuceanu” equestrian base in Piatra Neamţ was established in 1986 and is nowadays one of the most endowed horse-riding base in the country, hosting several stages of the World Cup of Jumping over Obstacles, as well as other several competitions of national interest.

In the equestrian center in Piatra Neamţ, you can practice leisure riding on the established trails, horseback riding if you already possess equestrian knowledge and skills, day trips on Bâtca Doamnei – Bahrin route, carriage rides for pleasure as well as for special events, sleigh rides in winter, etc. The horses are also trained to participate in competitions. Dressage classes or training, horseback riding courses can also be organized.

Phone:  +40 745 228 639; +40 787 931 222

Facebook page: https://m.facebook.com/bazahipicapiatraneamt1

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