|About the museum:
The Rebičina kiša (Rebica’s House) Ethnographic House was opened in 2006 and aims to preserve the national heritage of Klana and its environs. The first Croatian elementary school was opened in 1843 in the vicinity of Rebičina kiša. The childhood home of Matko Laginja (1852 –1930), a reformer, lawyer and politician, is also located nearby.
Rebičina kiša is significant because of its authentic look and continuous habitation by the Šnajdar-Rebičini family, who owned the house from 1881 to 1994.
The house was built in the traditional way, with a cellar on the ground floor and family rooms on the upper floor. The stone stairs and skod are supported by two arched doorways, one of which leads to the ground floor. The house was also used as a farm building; a barn for livestock was on the ground floor, while a space for hay was on the upper floor.
A fireplace and other household items are exhibited on the upper floor, while items once used in agriculture, forestry and woodworking are exhibited on the ground floor.