Sanok Open Air Museum is a wonderful place to visit during the winter. Wooden architecture of old, Subcarpathian villages and rural towns covered with snow, makes you feel like a time-traveler, who somehow managed to get back to the 18th century. Sanok Open Air Museum of Folk Architecture, also known as “ethnographic park”, or simply “skansen”, covers 38 hectares of the natural riverbank landscape, but the museum activities extend to over 25 000 kilometers squared. It is the biggest museum of this type in Poland and one of the most diversified ethnographically. It stretches over the South-Eastern region of Poland, that borders with Ukraine in the East and Slovakia in the South, and consist of Bieszczady Mountains, the uplands, and the river valley. Different parts of this region were inhabited by various groups of people, whose tangible cultural heritage is now presented in the museum in Sanok – my hometown.