Kibéd has a great touristical potential thanks to its natural and cultural circumstances and heritage. The landscape attracts many tourists. Some of the famous sights are Csombod mountain, the cemetery and its surroundings, the bank of the Kis-Küküllő river, the most favourite scenes for hiking tours, walks.
The bio-geographical potential of Kibéd lies in the diverse mixture of deciduous woods and pine woods. Many local people and visitors love spending their free time hiking in the woods.
-a building in the ownership of the local government which houses The Village Ethnographical Museum
-the school building, a former Austrian army base was turned into a school
-the Reformed church with a very old organ made by Bodor Péter
-the monument built in the memory of heores of the two World Wars
-the monument built for the 500th anniversary of the village’s existence
-the full-size statue of Madaras Gábor, folk singer
-the bust of Seprődi János, a researcher of folk music
-the bust of Dr.Kibédi Mátyus István,doctor
The village tourism started to develop after 1990. Kibéd is the scene of many cultural and sports events. On these occasions local people invite guests from all over the country and abroad. Such an event is the Beadwreath Folkdance Festival, where there were over 30 folk bands from the country and abroad.
More than 15o tourists visit the village yearly and stay for longer than a day. They come mostly from the country, from Hungary, Holland. In 2002 the Village Ethnographical Museum was visited by 338 foreigners
We can freely state that in spite of the changes and developments which took place in the past ten years the touristical potentials of the place are slightly exploited.