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We got the bus from Minsk, this was fairly easy as the bus goes directly there departing station 9.45am, 12,55pm and 4.10pm. The journey takes around 90 mins. Buses leaving Dudutki at 11.15am, 2.20pm and 5.40pm. Please note there are weekday buses. I'm not sure...More
Our group of 20 visited while on a tour of Belarus, Moldiova and Ukraine. The complex was created in 1993, and is dedicated to preserving, recreating and acquainting everyone with traditional crafts such as pottery, carpentry, bakery, cheese and dairy, along with folk art.
If you could imagine placing Stockholm's Skansen 50 km out of town in an endless field of collective farms, you get Dudutki. I was pretty skeptical but learned something despite my obtuseness, so I'd say it's worth a visit. It's really designed for group tours,...More
This museum was not what we expected. We were told we were going to a “typical” Belarus village. This is a museum complex set up as an old village with exhibits of traditional crafts and farm animals, including pony rides for the kids. While our...More
From the description it was obvious that it’s an ethnographic museum like Scagen in Sweden, but in realty it’s just the place to to buy expensive souvenirs. The only thing you should visit here is Korchma with fantastic borsch, but it’s quite far away from...More
Our family (9 people) came to Minsk for the WE and decided to visit this nice place as long as we were with kids and thought it would be kind of fun. It sure was. We had a personal excursion even without ordering with a...More
Super interesting. Maybe I was lucky being out of season, but I received a 5-star tour from local guide Dasha in English.
It was fascinating to hear about (and taste) moonshine; learn how early musical instruments were played; and see practical demonstrations from blacksmiths, potters...More
I was in Dudutki with my local freiend. All building are ok, but inside staff just sitting and waiting for large groups. If you solo or less than 10 people you have nothing to do here. I feel myself invisible when I was there.
About 80km outside of Minsk but worth the drive, interesting olde worlde look at rural life. It seems to mainly exist as a tourist shop but interesting look at the crafts that would have been abundant not only in rural Belarus but around the world...More