Little Wooden Town
Little Wooden Town is the oldest part of the Wallachian Open Air Museum. It is set in the flat terrain of a town park. It opened to the public in 1925 and has been gradually developing ever since. It shows visitors the appearance of a historical square formed of a group of original wooden buildings relocated largely from the square in Rožnov pod Radhoštěm and the surrounding area. A number of timbered buildings were built here as copies of existing buildings and buildings that are no longer standing. Little Wooden Town lets you take a look at the way of life in a small town from the middle of the 19th century to the first quarter of the 20th century.
|9. 12. - 10. 12.||Sat, Sun||9:00 – 16:00|
|16. 12. - 17. 12.||Sat, Sun||9:00 – 16:00|
|26. 12. - 31. 12.||Tue - Sun||9:00 – 16:00|
|Children aged 6 - 15||60|
|Family admission (max. 2 adults and up to 4 children to the age of 15)||200 Kč|
|Children to the age of 6||Free|
Little Wooden Town is open to visitors practically all year round.
Tour options at the site
A tour of the site lasts around 50 minutes and can be taken in various ways:
- on an individual basis
- with a guide every hour on the period from May to September, meeting point at the entry to the site
- organised groups can reserve a guided tour at the e-mail address email@example.com
The last tour begins 50 minutes before closing time.
The tour route covers flat terrain. Pathways are paved and provide benches to rest on. The site and selected buildings (ground floors) are also accessible to people in wheelchairs.
Services on the site
- simple refreshments in a café and at kiosks and traditional dishes served in pubs – the kiosks and café are open during the main season only
- WC, including WC for the disabled, with baby changing tables
- non-commercial photography of interiors and exteriors is permitted
- you may visit the exteriors of the site with an animal on a leash with a muzzle
Making an open fire and smoking outside designated areas are strictly prohibited on the site. Smoking is permitted in the arcades of pubs.