Exhibition at the Sądeckie Lachy Museum
Exhibition at the Sądeckie Lachy Museum. Zofia and Stanisław Chrząstowski in Podegrodzie consists of three permanent exhibitions: Traditional material culture of the Lachów region, Photographs and memorabilia of the rural photographer Wojciech Migacz and Archaeological monuments of the Sądecka region.
Folk culture of Lachy Sądeckie
The folk culture of Lachy Sądeckie is illustrated by approximately 300 exhibits, clearly grouped according to the function they performed. Collected, among others: museum exhibits related to crafts (pottery, blacksmithing, fiber and wood processing), work in the field, household, costumes, folk art and ritual art showing traditional annual and family holidays in Lachia (harvest wreaths, nativity scenes, torons, caroling stars and wedding wands) . The exhibition includes furniture from Lachia, everyday items and traditional handicrafts. The colorful part of the exhibition are Lachian costumes, considered to be one of the most beautiful rural folk costumes in Poland. The exhibition is complemented by reproductions of archival photos by Wojciech Migacz, Eugeniusz Frankowski and Mieczysław Cholewa as well as quotes from, among others, from the study by Stanisław Udziela "A few words about costumes, buildings and equipment in the Nowy Sącz region". During the tour, you can also watch the film "The Village of Sądecka. "Inspired by Oskar Kolberg's PEOPLE".
Exhibition dedicated to Wojciech Migacz
Exhibition of archaeological monuments
The exhibition on archaeological monuments consists of items found during excavations carried out in the Podegrodzie commune and the Sądecczyzna region. The exhibits are grouped into historical periods: the Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age, the Middle Ages and the Old Polish period. The exhibition includes, among others: Paleolithic arrowheads, Neolithic stone axes, jewelry and decorations from the Bronze Age, fragments of medieval vessels and coins minted in the Old Polish period.