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“Dudutki” open air museum of ancient crafts and technologies

by BelAgroTravel
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Nonrefundable No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) E-voucher (printout not required)

Highlights

Workshops

Snacks from the miller

Snacks at the distillery

Snacks in the bakery

Horse-riding

Highlights

Workshops

Snacks from the miller

Snacks at the distillery

Snacks in the bakery

Horse-riding

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“Dudutki” open air museum of ancient crafts and technologies

Activity Location

Zhodzina

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Hall of the hotel "Belarus"

    15 Ulitsa Storozhovskaya

    Minsk


Description

Amazing museum of arts and crafts in the open air that is located only 40 km from Minsk. A trip to Dudutki is a dive into the Belarusian culture and traditions.

The Dudutki museum offers today:

  • Ethnographic gallery featuring the items of the 18th-20th centuries
  • Handicraft yard (straw and willow weaving)
  • Pottery (museum of ceramics)
  • Woodworker’s shop
  • Blacksmiths shop of the 19th century
  • Creamery
  • Bakery
  • Brewery (a vodka brewing shop)
  • Shed with vintage cars (Zim, Chaika, Horch, Willis, Volkswagen Beetle, Ganomak, Fiat Topolino, Chrysler)
  • 19th cent. Wind mill
  • Wooden church of John the Prophet
  • Stable with pedigree horses, a pony and a donkey
  • Zoological gardens (with cows, goats, pigs, rabbits, poultry)
  • Ostrich farm

Visitors are offered to taste products from a local brewery (home-distilled vodka, bread, honey and cucumbers), from a bakery (freshly baked bread, butter and three kinds of cheese) and from a local mill (bread baked by peasants with a piece of lard). In the end of a tour guest are getting a carriage ride.


Inclusions

  • Transfer Minsk - Dudutki - Minsk

  • Excursion with a guide

  • Entrance ticket

  • Workshops

  • Snacks

  • Horse-riding


Exclusions

  • Lunch


Know Before You Book

  • Children under 18 years old are not allowed to taste alcohol.

  • Unfortunately, this tour is not accessible for wheelchair.