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We spent more than an hour in this small museum. There are a lot of texts and pictures, but if you go through them thoroughly, you'll get a really good picture about the history and practices of cheesemaking in a region famous for it.
the last thing I wanted to do after 8 hrs of sightseeing was this last stop but I was with a group. We arrived at a quaint ancient wooden village which hasn't been touched for centuries. i found the museum and surrounding property worth inspecting...More
Visited today after walking around the beautiful town. Museum is small and specialist about an important industry in the local areas. We enjoyed the visit and the lady on the desk was very friendly and helpful with the displays. Good English translations and only €3.50...More
There are many better things to do with your time, even if it is raining buckets, such as staring at the ducks in the lake. They don't take credit cards and claimed they couldn't make change for a large bill for the entrance fee; when...More
This museum consists of four rooms. The largest features giant vats in which they made cheese and the cheese wheel. The other rooms had utensils and other artifacts but nothing very visually stimulating. They had many black and white photos and text explanations. Looking at...More
We visited this place for free as part of the Bohinj guest mobility card programme. It is a small museum, in Stara Fuzina village, near the bridge. It is quite informative, and has helped us to learn quite a lot about local history of dairy...More
This is a small museum dedicated to the men and some women that tended herds in the Slovenian Alps and then milked the cows and made cheese under very primitive conditions. It was quite interesting to better understand how they did it and how they...More
The museum is located in the old dairy, about 50 meters from the main road. It is very small and compact, and we were the only guests there.
15-30 minutes are enough to get the general impression from the place, which is well kept.
We enjoyed our visit to this museum. The process of cheese making is explained and old tools are on display, the history and the life of the people living up there. It's open only between 10-12h and 16-18h, and it's small so you don't need...More