Open-air Ethnographic Museum

Open-air Ethnographic Museum of Folk Construction of
Western Greater Poland – located at the west shore of
Wolsztyńskie Lake. That area encompasses 3,5 ha where
buildings and exhibit items derive from the borderline of two
areas, that is Greater Poland and Lubuskie Region. There are
a dozen of rural architecture buildings, among others; a
tavern, a homestead, a well, also a wonderful working
windmill called “Koźlak” from Wroniawy whose the oldest
element come from 1603. The collection of the museum also
includes equipment, tools and other objects which were used
by inhabitants to lead everyday life in a homestead. The openair museum is a place of numerous folk events.

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