There are many wooden houses in Prezid which still stand as examples of the traditional architecture of Gorski kotar. Some of them belong to the protected Croatian rural architecture heritage, such as the Vesel, Ožbolt, Žagar and Lipovac houses. These houses with a rectangular ground plan and two narrow eaves are made of stone and wood with tiled or shingled roofs. The Vesel ethno house was opened to the public on 20 September 2003.
„Palčava šiša” is an estate of the Čop family situated in the centre of the Plešce village, established in 1856. It is a presentation of life in a well-off household during the 19th century as well as life and culture of the people of the Čabranka river valley.
In 1906 the ancestors of the Malinarić family built a house and a mill which was in function until 1950. In 1912 a water wheel run bandsaw facility was opened which later switched to the electric power. For visitors the owner can make a presentation of the whole process of making boards out of logs.
The Žagar family („the Selanetzs“) who are the owners of the mill were first mentioned in 1751 in Zamost. They managed to preserve their mills to the present day together with three millstones for centuries grinding corn, wheat, barley and oats from the neighbouring hamlets on both the Croatian and the Slovenian side of the valley.
Right under the Jezira stream springing from deep beneath the karst of Sveta Gora, the house of the Kovač or „Jezirski“ family is situated. An old water-run bandsaw mill still stands there.
In the Prezid Regional Collection the remnants of the ancient aqueduct of Prezid are kept as well as a lot of fragments of Iapodic pottery from the Halstatt period and other historical artefacts found at Prezid. Among the displays there are steam machines which were the basis of the village development in the first half of the 20th century.