The History Museum
This museum was built in 1470, presenting the civil gothic architecture in Transylvania. Here you can learn about the history of the city and the one of the romanian country. In addition it has a fabulous collection from the medieval and baroque era.
The Village Museum
The museum is located at the exit of the town in the Dumbrava Forest, in the proximity of a lake. It has more than 300 old buildings typical for the romanian folk, a wooden church, traditional inns, wind mills, popular items, and a restaurant for the tourists. This museum illustrates the technological heritage of the romanian people.
Natural History Museum
This museum was founded in 1849 with a various collection of butterflies, insects, minerals, birds and shark teeth.
The Brukenthal Palace
The Brukenthal Palace was built between 1785 and 1790 by a Vienese architect. This museum is one of the oldest and most important art museums in the country. It was built by Baron Samuel von Brukenthal as a residence and was turned into a museum in 1790 but was opened to the public only after the year 1817. It has collections which include: romanian art, icons, sculptures, stamps and coins.