Duration: 5 hours
Dudutki museum is a former country landowner’s estate, where typical village life of the XVIIIth – XIXth centuries is impressively recreated.
Today it is a popular open-air museum, displaying all the traditional Belarusian crafts. Beside the working farm with various animals, it includes an original working windmill and lots of functioning workshops, presenting to visitors carpentry, pottery, braiding, blacksmithing, bakery and even cheese-making. The craftsmen will be happy to show off their skills and guests will be invited to try!
And do not miss a chance to have some training in horse-riding or try some splendid traditionally cooked meal accompanied by homemade moonshine (samogon).