Butchers' Bastion: In 1469, November 9, through a privileged document, King Matthias Corvinus allowed the city of Baia Mare to build stone walls for defense, walls that were guarded by seven towers. South of the fortress, one of the four main gateways to the city. Distance from the guest house: 900 m (15 min walking)
Schedule: Monday-Friday: 8 am-4pm
Ticket price: Adults: 6 lei Students: 3 lei
Village Museum: The museum is arranged in the open air and presents monuments of popular architecture that represent the four regions of the county: Chioar, Codru, Lăpuș and Historical Maramureș. The traditional house represents the center of the household together with its annexes: barn, stable, yellow, and inside it reflects the way of life of those times. Distance from the guest house: 300 m (5 min walking)
Schedule: Tuesday-Sunday: 10 am-6pm (Monday: closed)
Entrance fee: Preschoolers, pupils, students: 3 lei / Pensioners: 5 lei Adults: 10 lei
The Colony of Painters The Baia Mare Free School of Painting was started in 1896 by the painter Hollosy Simon, who also lived in Munich. Ferenczy Karoly, Thorma Janos, Reti Istvan, Grunwald Ivanyi Bela, some of the most important artists who came with Hollosy, gradually developed the approach of painting after nature, finding in their creation more and more compositions specific to plein-air-ism. Under the care of the then administration, they received 1.3 hectares of land to build their workshops. This place is today called the Colony of Painters.
Distance from the guest house: 30 m (1 minute walking)
Schedule: Tuesday-Sunday: 10 am-6pm
Ticket price: not displayed
The Museum of Mineralogy from Baia Mare is the largest regional museum in Europe, many of the exhibits being considered unique in the world and heritage values. The unofficial, cultural and quintessentially used name is the Mine Flower Museum except for some component crystals, which totally make the piece well individualized compared to the others (Victor Gorduza - director of the institution).
Distance from the guest house: 1.2 km (20 minutes walking)
Schedule: Tuesday-Sunday: 9 am-5pm
Stefan Tower is the bell tower of the former church dedicated to "Saint King Stephen of Baia Mare. The tower is located between Crișan and 1 Mai streets, in the immediate vicinity of Freedom Square - Central Square (Circulus fori) - of the old town. The first documentary attestation of the "Sfântul Ștefan" church dates from 1347, but the construction was officially inaugurated only in 1387. The tower, built of solid stone, was built at the initiative of Prince Ioan de Hunedoara, to mark the victory. from Ialomita (1442) against the Ottomans The construction of the tower began after 1446, but was completed only in 1468, under the reign of Matthias Corvinus.
Distance from the guest house: 500 m (8 min walking)
Schedule: Monday-Friday: 9 am-4pm Saturday-Sunday: 12-2pm
Ticket price: Adults: 10 lei
Students: 5 lei
The Baia Mare Planetarium was inaugurated on July 1, 1969, in Baia Mare, being the first public planetarium in Romania and the only one in Transylvania. Although the construction program of the building was to take place between 1967-1970, the reception for the planetarium was made only in the summer of 1969, and that for the second stage in 1973. It belonged until January 1991 to the Baia Mare town hall. Starting this month, by a decision of the "Inspectorate for Culture" and with the consent of the city hall, the astronomical complex was transferred to the Maramureş County Museum.
Distance from guesthouse: 700 m (12 min walk)
Schedule: Monday-Friday: 8 am-4pm
Ticket price: Adults: 10 lei Students: 5 lei
Phone: 0362 401 921