Manor hen house from Konary located in the Museum is a 1987 reconstruction of the building from the second half of the 19th century. The object is differentiated with an untypical blocks and combines two functions: of a hen house and of a pigeon-house.
The building was made of a red brick upon an octagonal view. Right above the ground level, each of the walls is equipped with two entrance openings for hens finished with half-circles and closed with a wooden door. Above there are windows in the shape of a strongly extended rectangular. The hen house is protected by two wooden doors, located clean through in the opposite walls. The foundation was paved. The top of the shingle roof has a wooden pigeonhouse built upon a hexagonal view.
The object presents an exhibition entitled “How is a heritage park created”, which illustrated the work which must be carried out by the Museum workers in order to move particular object to the Museum. Everything starts with penetration of the area and determination and typical and untypical examples of the local culture. Then the documentation is made, which is helpful is disassembly and reconstruction of the building. After the movement of the elements to the area of the Museum the maintenance works are carried out and the object is reassembled.
The exhibition shows the objects which may be found during the disassembly process, architectonical details and mock-ups of the rural buildings.