The preserved farmstead contains a complex of richly-equipped buildings, which recreate the living and working conditions of a past Kashubian family. It includes a multigenerational peasant’s hut, a stone basement for the storage of agricultural products, wells with winch mechanisms, a baking furnace, rabbitries and a vegetable garden. The barn from the beginning of the 20th Century hosts a permanent exhibition dedicated to the history of Pomeranian beekeeping and an exposition of farm machinery. There is a treadmill (rozwark) in front of the barn. During the summer, there is a colourful flower garden in front of the house of the middle-class farmer (peasant). The complex also includes a multifunctional barn, which served as the home of horses, cattle, pigs, sheep and poultry. The former pigpen building hosts a wood processing workshop with a rich collection of carpentry tools. A vehicle shed was added to the barn, which served as the garage for the rural modes of transportation. A local fisherman’s homestead was reconstructed near the lakeshore. It is composed of a bolt fisherman’s house covered with reed, a mangle, smokehouse and net shed.
In order to imagine the life and work of the people on the lake, you should visit both the peasant’s and the fisherman’s hut.