The former parish house located next to the old fortified church is a great playground for the little guests of the Foundation – the wooden house “Kaiensis House” or the large lawn near the main building, which is also used as a football field. The main house hosts relaxation rooms for reading, manual activities, painting and music, board games or baking.
The guests from a Romanian private children’s home were the soul of a very special project. During their visit to Tabaluga House, the children and teenagers painted with incredible creativity and great enthusiasm the entire inner wall delimiting the main house. Their masterpieces turned the wall into a charming attraction for all visitors.
Together with their carers, the young guests may explore the picturesque village of Roadeș and make fascinating trips in the neighbouring areas: rides by cart in the wild Carpathian landscape, visits to castles (Bran Castle, Râșnov Citadel) or city tours in Sibiu (European cultural capital in 2007), Brașov or Sighișoara.