The Shaionke Ethnographic Museum welcomes organised excursions, as well as groups and individuals (minimum 3 adults). The museum is open all year round, 7 days a week from 10.00 – 18.00.
Visits are scheduled via phone or email at your chosen hours: 10.00, 13.00 or 16.00.
The general programme, which usually lasts about two hours, includes:
– sightseeing of the open-air museum with a guide ~ 1h
– shooting with a bow and arrow, throwing a spear and shooting at a target, tug of war and Native American games for children and adults, face painting, food ~ 1h
In the premises of the ethnographic museum you can take advantage of the bonfire/grill for sausages, meat etc. (please bring along your own catering supplies), as well as comfortable, roofed seats and tables.
Dogs visiting the village with their owners are required to wear a leash and muzzle. Dog owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets.
Season spring – summer
The general program – sightseeing with a guide, outdoor bonfire / grill, meals and rest under the sheds; Indian summer games, shooting with a bow and arrow, spear throwing and target shooting, tug of war, face painting
Season autumn – winter
The general program – (depending on weather and wishes of visitors) guided tours or exposition in the largest building in the village (in the so called long house), combined with a lecture, bonfire / grill in or outdoors, meals and rest on benches in the long house or under sheds outside; Indian winter games, shooting with a bow and arrow, spear throwing and target shooting, tug of war, face painting
- Adults – 15 zl
- Children 7-15 yrs old – 10 zl
- Children 0-7 yrs old – free
Trading Post Offer (small shop)
- hot beverages – coffee, tea, hot chocolate
- disposable plastic tableware
- souvenirs, i.a.:
- historical and contemporary jewellery
- paintings on wood and bark
- traditional and handmade dream catchers
- handicrafts, replicas of historical artefacts (also available on order)