Etno-kuća Večenaj je rodna kuća eminentnog naivnog slikara Hlebinske škole - Ivana Večenaja.
Ethno-house Večenaj is the birthplace of eminent croatian naive painter of Hlebine School – Ivan Večenaj. Inside the building there are more than 700 ethnographic objects, and the entire ethnographic collection, house and outbuildings are Protected Cultural Property of Republic Croatia. Traditional house with a garden is formed as the typical traditional construction: house, two baskets for storing corn, “chamber” – Assistant building, well with bearing helmet and waterholes, barn and stables. The buildings are part of popular architecture characteristic of the garden “palace”, which is now preserved as well as all the spatial and architectural value from the time of formation, from the late 19th century.
The house, barn and workshop are equipped with the corresponding, original traditional objects of which the vast majority were still in use in the Večenaj family. In 1920 here was born Ivan Večenaj , a self-taught painter-one of the representatives of Croatian Naive Art, poet, writer and collector of folk treasures.
A collection of ethnographic objects by painter Ivan Večenaj and his son Mladen Večenaj, has 700 items that are on the point of use as the time when in the house lived a famous painter with his parents and brothers of the early 20th century.