The Budnar House Museum shows visitors what life at rural homesteads was like three hundred years ago. It includes a farmhouse, an outbuilding and a traditional Slovenian "kozolec" wooden rack used for drying and storing hay. Traditional farmhouse fare prepared in a "black kitchen" with an open fire is available for tasting by prior appointment. Occasionally, the Budnar House Museum hosts ethnographic events, mainly traditional arts and crafts presentations and demonstrations.
Opening hours: Saturdays and Sunday from 14:00 to 17:00, other times by appointment.