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We visited here last month, its an amazing place. When we bought our ticket, the lady realised we were English, she gave us a very detailed folder to take round with us, it covers a large area, around 28 Hectares, and there are over 100...More
We visited this place on a nice day with event, look for a calendar of events, it is worth. The area is quite big, so plan some time for it. The „pub“ is very simple and needs some time to get what you want.
We were met by a kind English-speaking guide at the entrance. Many of the buildings are in bad shape. It is not possible to enter most of the Buildings. The explaining texts does not give a proper introduction to the daily life in a Slovak...More
For context, it was below freezing as I ambled far from the parking lot to the entrance (a quarter mile at least), just beyond the entrance lay an exceptional collection of traditional Slovakian folk architecture. To paraphrase Julia Morgan, If architecture is a visual art,...More
The village consists of many traditional Slovak houses brought from various regions and a beautiful wooden church. I think they could do a bit more to entertain visitors, especially the youngest ones. Unless there is a Christmas program or any other religious celebration expect a...More
I went there to celebrate the 17th of may with the other Norwegian students living in Martin. The slovak village museum is very pretty and nice, calm surroundings and beautiful scenery. Really worth a visit
We found this place a little off the beat and track. You literally walk through a village from way back, with craftsmen demonstrating their skill. The wood work is exquisite, and you can be sure your purchase ( reasonably priced ) is unique