Fifteen hundred of nineteenth and twentieth-century artefacts illustrate material and non-material culture of the villages of Krasnystaw region. The oldest examples of baroque sculptures are as old as the turn of the 18th century.
Material culture is represented by items related to fishing, animal breeding, preparation and storage of food, woodworking, plaiting, smithery, artistic smithery, pottery, weaving, measuring devices, as well as tools and furniture connected with lighting and hygiene.
Spiritual culture of villagers is reflected through such articles as sculptures, paintings, stick-in pictures, decorative paper cut-outs, straw and paper chandeliers known as ‘pająki’, and paper flowers.
Various exhibits referring to Christmas, Easter and harvest festival are a tangible expression of social culture.
Glass, wood, painting under glass Krasnystaw, first half of the 20th century
Wood, strings, bristles, Niemienice, first half of the 20th century