You can get to know the varied cultural offer of Slovácko in many ways. One of them is visiting museums and expositions. For example the exposition of Regionální Muzeum (Regional Museum) in Mikulov with the unique wine-growing exposition is worth seeing. Other unique attractions include the Open-air-museum and Exposition of musical instruments in Strážnice, Wind mill in Kuželov, Letecké muzeum (Museum of Aviation) in Kunovice or Muzeum obuvi (Museum of Shoes) in Zlín. The world's largest Comeniological exposition is dedicated to J. A. Komenský (Comenius) in Muzeum J. A. Komenského (Museum of J.A. Comenius) in Uherský Brod. The galleries in Hodonín, Uherské Hradiště and Zlín stage permanent expositions focused on the Czech Art of the 20th century. Slovácko is the synonym of folklore and living folk traditions for many visitors. Probably the most famous events include the international folklore festivals in Strážnice, Svatobořice-Mistřín and folklore feasts in Velké nad Veličkou, Kyjov, Tvrdonice or Břeclav. Local craft traditions are also interesting, e.g. production of ceramics in Tupesy or blue-and-white print in Strážnice. Folklore events, which take place all year round in whole Slovácko, represent another expression of folklore traditions.