Visitors of the exhibition “The Church of Horea – a heritage for the future. Valuing an 18th Century architecture monument through Virtual Reality” have the opportunity to read a leaflet that summarizes the 57 artifacts that could be exhibited due to the skill and hard work of colleagues from the restoration-conservation department. These artifacts entered the museum’s patrimony in 1968, being donated by the Bishopric of Cluj. Also, the leaflet also shows the instructions for using the virtual reality equipment.
The Church of Horea in Cizer can be visited virtually using virtual reality equipment in the exhibition related to the project “The Church of Horea – a heritage for the future. Valuing an 18th Century architecture monument through Virtual Reality” , a project carried out by the Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography, together with the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca and the Norwegian Association NUDA AS, financed by the EEA Grants 2014-2021, within the Program RO-CULTURE.