Muzeum Kultury Ludowej Sidzina
The Regional Museum in Sidzina
The Regional Museum in Sidzina opened in 1963 to mark the 400th anniversary of Sidzina’s founding.
The creator of the open-air museum is Adam Leśniak. In it you can see an exhibition of traditional buildings from the Orawa region, including the peasant cottage and fittings of W. Banasik from 1806; a granary called “Górka” (hill) from 1897, which houses the Institute of National Memory, dedicated to the memory of September 1939 soldiers and World War II partisans, as well as a smithy transferred from Spytkowice. An unusual adornment to the open-air museum is a wooden Loreto bell-tower dating from 1937.