Nowadays we work on computers, comunicate by phones, use Google and Facebook to be connected with the world. Many of us can hardly imagine to plow the fields, to communicate with each other via a Jewish paddler or carrier-pigeon or to sit the whole day with kolovratek and spin. Follow the footsteps of our ancestors and join us for a visit to a village baker’s home, herber-healer, farmer with dozens of kids. Try the wheat thresher, 19th century washing machine or butter churn. Peek into the lives of our ancestors from 18th to early 20th century. We can also visit the museum of historical motorcycles and velocipedes. This easy-going tour is full of fun, discoveries and bubbe meises.
Some of the sites you'll visit...
A typical lifestyle of country people in the 19th and beginning of the 20th century.
Thread and wool making
Country people working from their home. 18th century's "home office"
A house made of straw
A traditional country buildings were often build from eco-friendly materials like wood, straw and mud.