|About the museum:
The collection was founded as a part of the Kornić Department of the Chakavian Council in 2007. It is housed in a traditional 19th century house, one segment of which was restored back to the look it had 80 years ago, and now exhibits more than 750 items.
A cooper's workshop, agricultural and cattle-breeding tools, cheese-making equipment, and a small collection of scales are exhibited in the cellar located on the ground floor.
An antique toilet and a baker’s oven are situated on the stone terrace, or baratura, leading to the residential area.
A collection of musical instruments, žrna (hand mills for corn), costumes, textiles, and a kitchen complete with cookware, utensils and a fireplace, are exhibited on the first floor.
Beds and wardrobes can be viewed on the second floor; the same space is also used for temporary exhibitions.
A stone guvno (or terrace) used for grain-threshing, conversing, and dancing, stone receptacles, and a mošunja – a small barn for keeping sheep and wagons – are located in the courtyard.