This museum has a collection of old wooden builidngs, gathered here for preservation purposes.
Dark houses are grouped by region - Central Belarus, Pridneprovye, etc. There are dwelling, churches, mills and various barns, and antique tools and furniture is presented inside. It is not really very interesting, but definitely worth a visit on a nice day. On a rainy day, it''s gonna be a disaster, 'cause paths and roads conecting the grounds are not paved.
There is a small restaurant ("Karchma") on the territory of the museum and it serves Belarusian food, though not of impressive quality. However, it's the only restaurant in the area.
How to get there with public transport: take the metro to the "Institut Kultury" station (end of the blue line, South-West). Outside take a bus #35 (others might do as well, but I am only sure about this one) and go to the "Poldnevno-Zakhodnya" (South-Western) bus terminal. There, buy a ticket to Azyartso or "Musej" station. The bus will stop in front of a road sign to the museum, which is ca. 10 minutes away (you'll have to walk).
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