The Country House Museum of Gyoma is the only remaining rustic house in Gyoma which completely has the elements and signs of the traditional rustic building style. The sárréti-type rustic house built in the 1870s has two distinctive features: it has a „stolen verandah” and stone mounted pillars. The two furnaces in the rooms are still functioning and can make ground for a pig killing feast or other feast that includes baking. Currently the building is under renovation; its official opening is excepted to be at the end of the summer.
Contact Person: István Szonda