- Zabukovec' kozolec with a collection of old farming tools
- Strle's kozolec with a wheeled drawer
- Apiary with an exhibition hive
- Andolšek’s granary
- Korošec’ old cellar
- Black kitchen
- Wells in Gradež
- The Dried Fruit Festival
- Field trips and workshops
- Drying house is open to everybody
- Permanent exhibition about history of Gradež
- Folk group “Suhe Češplje” (Dry Plums)
- Marij Kogoj
- Excursions and treks
Wooden granary is well over hundred years old. Granaries were of key importance for the existence of a family. A full granary guaranteed security to a farmer.
Granaries were used for storing grain, lard and smoked meats. Oftentimes were meats and eggs buried in grain in order to be preserved. Wooden chests (called “košta”) with many compartments for grain had no lid. Dry meats and sausages were hanged throughout the whole year as long as the granary had a thatch. When the thatch was replaced by a tiled roof decades ago, the granary was no longer convenient for storing dry meats.
Visit Andolšek’s wooden granary which is currently being renovated.