The Museum of the Slovinian Village in Kluki was established to preserve the culture of the Slovinians - a small Kashubian population group isolated from external influences. Ten permanent exhibitions present the life of former village inhabitants from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries until the middle of the 20th century. Visitors can see the interiors of houses and farm buildings, as well as learn about the everyday activities of the then fishingcommunity.
The open-air museum in Kluki is also a place of crowds of folk events, rich educational offer, temporary exhibitions referring to the history and culture of the region and the Slovinian Centre of Regional Culture. The Slovinian Village Museum in Kluki is alive and well, not only thanks to the events taking place there and crowds of visitors. It is not only thanks to efforts to acquire new objects and development of the open-air museum. Seasons of the year, as in the past, set the rhythm of cultivating gardens, mowing meadows and livestock procedures around our horses, goats and sheep.