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The Lublin Open Air Village Museum was established in 1970. Set in 60 acres of picturesque land it is one of the largest open air museums in Poland. The area is composed of several parts reflecting particular geographical units of Lublin region. Our...more
If u want to spend a good time, breath fresh air, learn sth new and observe sth beautiful this is a place for u! Great nature, old historical houses and attention to details! Have a walk, learn, have a cold drink in a cafe and...More
Beautiful views, original feeling of wandering around a village. And real houses from past, few families live there. have pets and cultivate crops, have horses and farms and hens. Around the corner a granny runs a small kiosk where you can buy a a grandma...More
Great setting with an interesting array of buildings. It was a beautiful day so most houses/buildings were open with staff working in traditional ways. Great to see a pair of horses harrowing a field. Goats, foals, nesting swallows/swifts, hens and chicks added to the feeling...More
An enjoyable excursion for a half-day. It’s only 15 minutes from the centre on bus/trolley bus 18, 20 or 30 though check the times as they’re not that frequent (3 or 4 an hour). Contrary to some online comments there is Information in English. You’re...More
Wewent there at the actually at March but it was extremely cold to walk)) but place is very interesting and don't make sense to go there without guide. There were several security or working staff in museum area which were also walking and when we...More
We visited the Open Air museum after 2 days of rain. Underfoot was wet and slippery and was dangerous for walking. Most of the buildings were closed between 09:30 and 11:30 while we were there. There was no staff about, had the place to ourselves....More
After reading the reviews we expected much more of this exhibition.
The museum is quite large but unfortunately on the day we visited very few of the houses were actually opened. The ones closest to the entrance gate were open but the rest were closed....More