Cultural Medias

Center for Documentation and Information on Natural Gas Medias

  • Sibiului Street, no. 5
  • 0269 201 635
  • Visiting hours

    Mon-Fri 08:00 – 16:00

  • Fees

    Free

Medias Art Gallery

  • It hosts exhibitions of local artists such as Ion Sarlea, Emil Muresan, Jeni Rosean, Dan Zaharia, Horea Lupp, Mario Lup or Marinela Florea. The gallery is located in the King Ferdinand I Square, within the courtyard of the Municipal Library Stephan Ludwig Roth.
  • King Ferdinand I Square
  • Visiting hours

    Mon-Fri 10:00 – 12:00

Medias Municipal Museum

  • The foundations of this museum have been laid out since the mid-nineteenth century, and now the museum operates with three permanent sections: the Ethnography - Art Section, the History and Archeology Section, and the Science of Nature Section.
  • Mihai Viteazul Street, no. 46
  • 0369 445 024
  • Visiting hours

    Mon-Fri 09:00-17:00

  • Fees
    • Children, students, seniors: 2 lei
    • Adults: 4 lei
    • Disabled people, institutionalized children: free of charge
    • Private exhibitions hosted by the museum: special rate

    Photograph fee: 7 lei
    Filming fee: 12 lei

  • www.muzeulmedias.wordpress.com/

Schuller House

  • The 500-year-old house is today a landmark in the cultural life of the city due to the exhibitions and social -cultural events taking place here. Schuller House is located in King Ferdinand I Square.
  • King Ferdinand I Square, no. 25

Stephan Ludwig Roth Memorial House

  • Johannes Honterus Street, no. 10
  • Visiting hours

    Winter schedule (16 September - 30 April): Mon-Fri 09:00 - 17:00
    Summer schedule (May 1 - September 15): Tue-Sun (closed on Monday) 09:00 - 17:00

  • Fees
    • Chlidren, students, seniors: 2 lei
    • Adults: 4 lei

The Hermann Oberth Memorial House

  • Sibiului Street, no. 15
  • 0269 841 140
  • Visiting hours

    Mon-Fri 09:00 - 17:00
    Saturday, Sunday: 10:00-12:00

  • Fees
    • Children, students, seniors: 2 lei
    • Adults: 4 lei

Traube Hall

  • The Traube Hall was founded in 1950 as the House of Culture of the City. After being renovated in 2005, Traube Hall has been reopened and today it hosts theater performances, festivals, pop, rock, folk music concerts, etc.
  • Visiting hours

    Mon-Fri 08:00 – 16:00
    If certain events take place, the schedule can be extended until 22:00.