Next to Uzhgorod Castle a Transcarpathian village is on display, unchanged since ancient times. Located under the open sky, The Museum of Folk Architecture and Rural Life welcomes visitors to view architectural monuments of a traditional Transcarpathian village, as well as samples of the oldest and most common types of hand-made folk crafts. Most of the buildings date from the late 18th to the early 20th centuries.

At the site you can explore houses and other buildings from those times, including those of Transcarpathian low-land peoples like Dolyniany, including Hungarians and Romanians. At the steeper end of the hill which the museum sits on, there are samples of highland cultures like Boykos and Hutsuls. In the open-air museum, you can pay a visit to 7 manors, 6 houses, a church and bell-tower, school, forge, mill and tavern. The complex has more than 14 thousand exhibits.

Hours: 9:00–17:00. Closed on Tuesdays.