A unique exposition of Haná folk architecture and culture located in the open-air museum.
A set of buildings of folk architecture called "Hanácké skanzen" from the 19th century represents local traditional architecture. The open-air museum consists of a traditionally equipped Haná farmhouse with a pallet barn and 3 other unique pallet barns in the adjacent gardens. All the buildings on the premises, which are immovable cultural monuments, are complemented by rural furnishings dating from 1799 to 1950.
An important complement to the regular guided tours are, for example, the traditional days of earthen construction, interactive demonstrations of traditional harvesting and threshing, where visitors can try out these formerly common rural chores for themselves.
In the summer and at Christmas there are craft fairs, concerts and the like. The former granary above the residential area has been converted into a pleasant gallery, where up to 4 exhibitions a year are held to complement the special atmosphere of the area.
For more information about places of interest in the area and tips for trips, see the Litovelské Pomoraví site description.