Reopened as a heritage site in 2003, the late 17th-century homestead in which Peter Dajnko (1787–1873) was born has been restored in period style. Dajnko occupies a special place in Slovene history as a linguist, grammarian, poet and religious writer but his most notable work is a book on first Slovenian beekeeping guide (Čelarstvo, 1831). He wrote in the dialect of Štajerska using a special alphabet (dajnčica) of his own invention.
Peter Dajnko Homestead is one of a few preserved and restored typical Pannonian houses covered with straw, made of beams (roof frame) and enclosed with clay. The house is between 350 and 400 years old. The original open-hearth kitchen (the so-called "black kitchen") is preserved in the house and there is also a collection of ethnological tools and objects displayed.