The Bucium valley museum will be established in an old house
of Bucium, which will be restored in the next couple of years.
The first element to be restored is the woden roof, covered
with the traditional shingles ("sindrila"), made by a local
craftsman. The finds resulted from the archaeological research
will be exhibited as part of a presentation of the gold mining
in this region, from prehistory to modern times.
The 19th and 20th century traditional mining techniques will
be completed by a full-size reconstruction of a stamping mill,
exhibited nearby the main building and used for practical
demonstrations of ore processing. The museum will host a summer
school in landscape and mining archaelogy every year, in order
to train young Romanian students for new branches of research
and conservation of the ancient mine heritage. Both foreign
and Romanian professors will offer lectures and direct practical
work in the region.