Jamtli, Sweden

Jamtli offers an exciting journey through the history of Jämtland and Härjedalen. Here you will discover stimulating milieux and enjoy being part of history. The museum has permanent exhibitions about the region’s past alongside temporary exhibitions of arts and handicrafts. Some exhibitions take up current matters of public interest and explore them from an historical perspective.

Skansen, Sweden

Skansen is the world’s oldest open-air museum, showcasing the whole of Sweden with houses and farmsteads from every part of the country.

Bokrijk, Belgium

Bokrijk is a park and museum complex near Genk in the Province of Limburg, Belgium. It is known for its open-air museum which displays a large collection of historical buildings from across Flanders, presenting the history of rural life in Belgium.

Opole Village Museum, Poland

The Opole Countryside Museum in Opole is the only open-air museum in the Opolskie Voivodeship. During the Museum's 50 years of activity, a rich outdoor exhibition of monuments of wooden rural architecture of Opole Silesia was created, which - combined with a wide museum offer, such as outdoor events, exhibitions, competitions and shows - is a unique attraction of the region.

Den Gamle By, Denmark

Den Gamle By (The Old Town) is a national open-air museum of urban history and culture in Denmark through three centuries. The museum consists of more than 75 historic houses relocated from all over Denmark.

Skanzen, Hungary

The Hungarian Open Air Museum is Hungary’s largest outdoor collection, founded in 1967. The open-air museum shows Carpathian folk architecture and life in various areas of Hungary.

Detmold Open Air Museum, Germany

On a site of 90 hectares of cultivated landscape the LWL Open-Air Museum in Detmold gives an overview of the development and the changes of Westphalian everyday and cultural history. Rural life style as well as ancient houses and farms bear traces of more than 500 years of Westphalian history.