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This open air museum complex is huge and definitely worthwhile. It's located 40 km far from Minsk. Wonderful for a day-trip. The area is picturesque, near the Ptich River. The museum is dedicated to ancient folk crafts and the tasting of distinctive Belorussian dishes. It...More
Very well presented a variety of the old time craftsmanship. A good lesson from belarus history. You can chose between taking a guided tour or you can do it on your own. To see everything takes about 2 hours.
The Dudutki museum is an open air museum that aims at presenting the local traditions and culture of Belarus. The site itself is not that big, but as authentic as you can expect.
Whilst it's true that during each workshop the craftsmen are trying to...More
An artificially created village that will allow you to learn more about traditional way of life in Belarus countryside. There are pavilions with different crafts, including baking bread, pottery, farriery and much more. There are different domestic animals on the territory as well. You can...More
They have all the story of belarus about tradition and culture. They make their own vodka called moonlight, they baked their own bread, they showed us how the linen process and they tell a story of how was belarus in the past. Tips: asking a...More
I would recommend to visit this complex for who wants to learn more about Belorussian culture, folk craft, historical traditions. Also there you can taste traditional alcohol drink named Samogon (something like home made Vodka) and buy special Belorussian souvenirs that available only there.
While this place has potential it is poorly run.
Despite nothing being nearby for miles, the museum is crowded into a rather small area. Our first stop was the Dudutki Cafe for lunch where they served farm made food. I had the machanka (Belarusian sausage...More