The only blacksmith of our village is Tamás Károly, who cares for the estate of his father-in-law, Sándor Dénes, and keeps the tradition of horseshoeing. There are two workshops, half-finished works in the old, ironing tools for the wheelchair, blast furnace, horseshoes, which has more of a museum value today, as well as the place shield on.
There are various horseshoes, chains, banners, wagon castings and lots of tools used to hang on the attic beams, which preserve the legacy of the past. In his new workshop, the master shoes the horses every day and produces horseshoes, which he likes to present to the interested ones.
- Minimum number of persons: 4
- You must contact us two days before the visit;