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Dududki Museum

Duration: 4 hours without lunch + 1 hour for lunch if needed
Distance: 115 km (round trip)
Price per person: 1 pax – 110 EUR
2 pax – 68 EUR
3 pax – 58 EUR
4 pax – 55 EUR
5 pax – 50 EUR
6 pax – 45 EUR
7 pax – 40 EUR
Price includes:
- Transportation (car with a driver)
- English-speaking guide
- Entrance tickets
- Testing of ecologically pure food products.


The unique ethnographical complex "Dudutki" is situated 50 km south of Minsk on the bank of picturesque river Ptich. It is an open air museum. Here you will have an opportunity to visit a museum of national crafts, to see a windmill, shape a horseshoe "for Good luck" at the blacksmiths’, to see potter at work. The most exciting thing for the visitors is the opportunity to taste traditional Belarusian appetizers and beverages.

The museum was founded in 1993, it’s the only private museum in Belarus. Dudutki is a museum of Belarusian rural culture, which represented many national crafts and productions, such as carpentry, pottery, handicraft-making and baking, straw braiding, blacksmith, working wind mill, milk farm producing cheese, the only legal moonshine distillery in Belarus. One of the most popular places to visit.

Try the best in a local tavern, Belarusian traditional prepared on a site using traditional recipes and technologies: schi (cabbage soup), draniki, kolduni, pork sausages all go down so well, especially with a shot of local samagon (moonshine).



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  • The day off for most Belarusian museums is Monday
  • Most museums work from 10.00 (11.00) to 17.00 (18.00)
  • You can buy tickets to museums with local currency only