The Lublin Village Open Air Museum located in the valley of Czechówka river, is one of the largest open-air museums in Poland. It presents the cultural diversity of Lublin region combining a rich collection of architecture and objects with care for the intangible heritage of the region. The museum's exhibition is divided into sectors reflecting the diversity of landscape and ethnography of the Lublin region: Lublin Upland, Roztocze, Powiśle, Podlasie, Nadbuże and the town’s and manor’s sectors. A visit to the museum is an opportunity to see memorabilia related to the old life of villages, manors and towns, but it also gives the opportunity to become familiar with the daily work, customs and traditions of people of the past era.
The museum’s exhibition is not only a material trace of past times, but also stories of ordinary people inscribed in reproduced interiors (which, thanks to this, often gain a unique, individual character). Visiting the sectors and buildings one can get the impression that time stood still, and the visit to the Museum becomes an opportunity for an exceptional journey and a close - even tangible - meeting with the past.
The Lublin Village Open Air Museum besides the permanent exhibition invites you to: temporary exhibitions, events referring to the farming year and traditional customs of a village, historical reconstructions, educational activities and other cultural events.