The Museum of Pomeranian Folk Culture in Swołowo is one of the youngest open-air museums in Poland.
The village of Swołowo is situated in a small valley, the centre of which overlaps with the central square, and whose slopes, as we go further away from the church, are slowly rising. The original buildings are dominated by “checkered houses” – residential houses and outbuildings with a timber-framed structure, black beams and white fillings. Several dozen over-one-hundred-year-old buildings of this type, preserved in a better or worse condition, make Swołowo the Capital of the Checkered-House Land – the area of the characteristic architectural style.
More info at: https://muzeum.swolowo.pl/