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Ethnographic Park in Tokarnia



Ethnographic Park in Tokarnia aims to maintain the most valuable monuments of rural and small-town housing in Kielce Region and present them in an environment similar to the original.

The heritage park shows also objects in natural settlement units, fragments of villages where the farms bordered with objects of rural industry, such as mills, wind mills, forges. Utility facilities included also taverns, schools, shops, churches and presbyteries, mansions and manor farms. Such buildings are included or will be in the coming years in Ethnographic Park in Tokarnia. So far, the area to 65 hectares includes 30 buildings: manor from Suchedniów, granary from Złota, Church from Rogów, windmill from Grzmucina, organist house from Bielin, currently a pharmacy shop and a tailor workshop, shoemaker house from Daleszyce, enclosure from Bielin, Radkowice Suków and cottages from Rokitna, Ślezany, Bronkowice, Siekierna, Chrobrza and Świątniki. Enclosure from Bukowska Wola act as exhibition of sculptures of Jan Bernasiewicz from Jaworznia.
In the museum one can see an exhibition of horse-drawn vehicles.


Tokarnia 303
26-060 Adamczowice
Szélességi és hosszúsági: 50.7658337113542,20.4444408416748
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Lengyel Idegenforgalmi Szervezet Magyarországi Kereskedelmi Képviseleti Irodája
1023 Budapest, Árpád Fejedelem útja 24-26
Óbuda Gate Irodaház
E-mail: melinda.farkas@pot.gov.pl