Museum and Kashubian Ethnographic Park in Wdzydze Kiszewskie named after Teodora and Izydor Gulgowski also known as Wdzydze Skansen, the oldest open-air museum in Poland.
Founded in the eighteenth century cottage by a local school teacher Izydor Gulgowski and his wife Teodora. Over the years, many interesting buildings from the surrounding area and the coastal Kaszuby were brought here. As a result, we can now watch more than 40 architectural monuments such as mills, manor houses, minor nobility farms, workers' houses, rural school from Więckowy village, seventeenth century wooden church, fishing huts, farmhouses, old forge, in which we can stamp a commemorative coin, as well as several well-equipped peasant farms, including toys, newspapers, painting on glass, furniture and household appliances.
CC licence: some rights reserved by PolimerekAdress:
Wdzydze Kiszewskie, 83-406 Wąglikowice
Open from February to October, hours are dependent on the month, detailed information can be found on the attraction's websiteTickets adults:
- payment in cash only