The open-air museum was opened in 1994 in the village of Dudutkii, on the banks of the Ptich River, in 40 kilometers from the city of Minsk. Here the atmosphere of the 19th century Belarusian village was recreated. Dudutki will introduce you to the rural culture of ancient Belarus, its folk craft and technology.
In the craft workshops you can get acquainted with the technology of crafts and the history of their origin. Visitors will have the opportunity to participate in the process, become an apprentice blacksmith, sit at the Potter’s wheel. And the Museum complex produces moonshine according to an ancient recipe that you can try.
The complex is home to cows, sheep, pigs and rabbits, as well as unusual Pets-ostriches, ROE deer, wild boars, ponies and donkeys. In the stable you can ride thoroughbred horses.
In the garage there are cars of the middle of the last century.