Visitors in Krka National Park can view the restored ethnological monuments, to become better acquainted with the customs of this region.
The watermills in the National Park belong to the system of pre-industrial water plants on the Krka River. They have always symbolised the economic power of the region, and were a frequent source of conflict over history. The preserved watermills are from the 19th century and have exceptional cultural and historical significance as monuments of rural architecture and our economic past. Considering their primary activity and the rural expression, they are considered ethnological/ethnographic monuments.
At the restored watermills at Roški slap, it is possible to watch presentations of milling wheat, washing and pounding of cloth, while children with their parents can have fun by participating in an eco-workshop.