Vasile Voiculescu was a Romanian writer and doctor, born in 1884, in Parscov, a village in Buzau county. He was the sixth child of Costache and Sultana Voicu. He used to borrow books from the village library and said about himself that he lived an authentic rural life. He was a medical graduate, and his creative activity was diversified, including volumes of poetry, prose, journalism and radio shows. The writer died in 1963 and was buried in the Bellu Cemetery in Bucharest.

The “Vasile Voiculescu” Memorial House has been restored in 1986, on the old architectural plan of the house and consists of four rooms: the documentary room with family life and his career, the old rural room where he was born, the literary hall and the Voiculescu salon, with objects that belonged to the writer. In this space, visitors can discover a series of things that reflect the personality of Vasile Voiculescu.


Pârscov Locality, Buzău County
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Monday – closed;
Tuesday – Sunday: 9AM – 5PM (winter) | 1 AM – 6PM (summer)



Adults –  8 RON;
Students, pupils, war veterans –  3 RON;