|Klobka is called “The Pearl of Kujawy” due to its location among hills, forests and lakes. In this charming landscape situates an open-air museum with over a dozen objects of rural architecture, the oldest of which come from the 18th century.|
Except three farmhouses consisting of cottages, barns, pigsties, stables and granaries there are also old craft workshops reconstructed in the museum – forge, oil mill with pottery and windmill. In the centre of an open-air museum there is an old inn, school building and fire station.
Various kinds of fences, wells, hives, dugouts and roadside shrines are complements of the landscape. A unique atmosphere is created by the yards with traditional varieties of flowers and also by farmlands and orchards among which live domestic and farm animals.
At the museum, by the banking-up of Lubienka river there is a manor house from the middle of the 19th century where Maria Wodzinska lived. She was the only official fiancée of Fryderyk Chopin.
The climate of old residence is captured in the interior of the manor house as well as life and work of Maria Wodzinska.
Additional attractions of the open-air museum are annual: the last Sunday of June, the first Sunday of August and the second Sunday of September folk festivals ‘The life of the old village’.The traditional workshops and already forgotten activities come back to life then. To the rhythm of folk music, regional dances are shown. The main attractions of festivals are thematic performances that illustrate old customs and solemnities.
The Open-air Museum in Klobka is located in the centre of Poland, 6km from motorway A1 junction near the trunk road 91 (80km north from Lodz and 25km south from Wloclawek). www.muzeum.wloclawek.pl
Portal jest współfinansowany ze środków Europejskiego Funduszu Rozwoju Regionalnego w ramach Regionalnego Programu Operacyjnego Województwa Kujawsko-Pomorskiego na lata 2007-2013 oraz ze środków budżetu Województwa Kujawsko-Pomorskiego