Open-Air Museum Wygielzow

Odległość od obiektu: 22 km

The Open-Air Museum Wygielzow, also known as the Vistula Ethnographic Park, is a unique place in Poland founded in 1968, showcasing the traditional wooden architecture of Western Krakowiacy. The skansen includes the ruins of a castle and 25 exhibits such as houses, inns, and barns from various villages, preserving the historical heritage and culture of the region.

Within the skansen, visitors can admire rural homesteads, craft workshops, and a church with a bell tower. The entire complex comprises over 30 buildings, with the key attractions being the church from 1623 and the manor house from 1730. Visitors have the opportunity to enter the interiors of the buildings, although navigating with strollers may be challenging.

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