The Příkazy vernacular architecture is a unique example of clay buildings from the Haná region. Represented mainly by four barns marked by window flannings form the first half of the 19 th century and a complete Haná farm with its residential and workplace sections from 1875, it is complete with gardens filled with old fruit trees. The cultural heritage buildings are filled with rustic furniture of 1799 – 1950.
Apart from the commonly available guided tours, one can enjoy e.g. traditional days of clay building or interactive shows of traditional harvesting and threshing when visitors are encouraged to try out these previously common labors of the traditional countrymen. In the summers and at Christmas time, there are art and craft shows, concerts and the like to enjoy. Former granaries above the living quarters now serve as a small gallery where up to four exhibits specific to the unique space take place each year. To make your experience complete, you may drop in at the Hospůdka u berana (The Pub at the Ram), situated on the premises of the former summer kitchen that is designed primarily as pleasant natural seating with refreshments in the farmhouse courtyard.