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This is a 3 part open air Museum. Plan on staying a day in each section or you will definitely miss out on some fun stuff. Plan on attending a show at their open air stage. Lots of programs during the summer.
For us this was a lovely experience and we were sorry about.the lack of time we could afford spending at the open air museum. In 90 minutes we managed the two shorter circuits. The best and vastest one on the hill requires more time. Will...More
One of the best Open Air Museum I have ever seen. The museum is dividev by three part: the Wooden Townlet, just in from of the Ticket Office, the Water Mill Valley, next to the Ticket Office and the larger Wallachian Village, 10 minutes up...More
the open air museum has three separate sections: the one we visited was compact and for the better part filled with shops end other touristy things. not worth your while unless you only have very limited amount of time to spend
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I always visit the museum once a year and I haven ´t regreted yet. It has still its own atmosphere which is hard to describe. You have to visit this place and feel it on your own. I highly recommend visiting the museum when there...More
In-depth outdoor experience featuring immensely devolved view into daily lives of local highlanders, sheep herders, and provincial rangers. Various historical wooden hill-top settlements have been gently disassembled under supervision of history's experts, trucked over, and reassembled under the same supervision on their spots.
Several old buildings have been moved here to replicate a 18-19th Century village. You can see some crafts being made and actually post a letter from on old post office. A few small places to eat within the village. A great experience.
If you are in Roznov, it is definitely worth a visit. It is not too time demanding, the village takes approx. 30 to 45 minutes and you can see how the post office, apotheke, the house of a townsman etc. looked like. Suitable for children...More