Dudutki Folk Crafts Museum
Dudutki is a picturesque museum located in 40 kilometers from Minsk. The guests of the complex will familiarize with the way of life of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, visit craft workshops (bakery, pottery, woodworking, straw and willow weaving, distillery, blacksmith shop, cheese factory, etc.), learn the culinary secrets of the best recipes of our ancestors.
Historical and Cultural Complex Stalin Line
Stalin Line is one of the most grandiose fortification ensembles in Belarus. It was opened on the 30th of July 2005. It was founded in order to immortalize a grandiose system of defensive regions “Stalin Line” and to become a symbol of Soviet people heroic struggle against Nazi invaders. Historical and Cultural complex “Stalin Line” is represented by a military-historical museum in the open air.
Stalin Line, Khatyn Memorial Complex
Stalin Line is an informal name applied to a defense line that was built by the Soviets along the new western border in the 1930s. The site is divided into a number of sections that include restored bunkers with authentic interiors, exhibition areas with military vehicles (mostly post WWII) and equipment and a reenactment battlefield. Walk past the bunkers, trenches, tank obstacles.
BELAZ trucks factory tour
We believe that the real must for industrial tourism fans is to see first-hand how the world’s biggest dump trucks (neither more nor less than 450 tonnes!) are assembled. It’s really impressive. On a tour you’ll be told about the production process of Belarusian giants, given away a few secrets and also there’s a chance you’ll be let to have a test drive.