The second hall explores the history of yarn and textile production in broad context. Among many other attractions there is also a genuine shirt made from nettle to be seen.

The third hall showcases products of nature that used to be exploited by man in the past. Explore the hat made from tree fungus, the tree stump dish, the root, grass and blackberry baskets, as well as the cattail trug, the pine needle hat, the lace made of hair, straw or horsehair, and more.

An interactive experimentarium is situated at the end of the exhibition where visitors can try out various handicraft techniques under the supervision of an experienced lecturer.

“Extinct world of handicraft“ exhibition is about the relationship of man to natural raw materials, about the desire to transform things for their needs, as well as provides a reflection on exhaustibility and sustainability of natural resources. And thus the CERAT is an ideal place where to take a break from modern technologies and also creates space for enlightenment and an inspiration in experiences of our ancestors.

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Museum Novojičínska is part of Technotrail now

We've been part of project Technotrail since January 2022. Our Branches in Kopřivnice and Příbor joined the Technotrail project with an interactive program.

Head out on the Technotrail, which links one-of-a-kind destinations with once-in-a-lifetime experiences, demonstrating the unique technological advancement of Northern Moravia and Silesia along the way.