The museum preserves the folk architectural heritage and cultural tradition of the Obsotelje region between the 18th and 20th centuries.
This Central Štajerska farm of the subpannonian type presents domestic arts and crafts, traditions, and customs every Thursday and Saturday (3 p.m. to 5 p.m.). During hands-on educational workshops, visitors participate in baking bread, weaving baskets from cornhusks, blacksmithing, and other traditional occupations.

Štajerska’s subpannonian farms – folk architectural heritage and cultural traditions: in the ethnological workshop visitors can help bake bread, weave cornhusks, and forge horseshoes.

The nearby Renaissance-Baroque Strmol Manor also invites you for a visit.

Special feature:
Largest open-air museum in Slovenia. Demonstration of domestic arts and crafts, farm chores, traditions, and customs every Thursday and Saturday afternoon.