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This is a very informative and original place, that has only one default: it's huge! We unfortunately hadn't enough time to enjoy the whole area, for which half a day seems essential. Still the stroll in this valley, the demonstrations of ancient workshops and the...More
The early metalworking history of the area is excellently captured and remodelled. There are so many themed houses that a whole afternoon just flies by - there are also facilities for sustenance of young and old
an assembly of historic buildings and workshops dating from the early days of industrial development in the region. It's an entertainig excursion into history,the cobblestone streets however require a bit of effort.
Visited on a slightly rainy day but still not disappointed
Lots to see and plenty of walking very interesting exhibits and live demonstrations
Good day out all round, houses and scenery are picture postcard
visit is a must if in area
Amazing place where you can see how people used to live in the past. Great place to come with kids. Many houses to visit and see old houses, fully equipped from inside. If the weather is nice, you can spend there all day and have...More
Great place to see, if you are interested in German industrial history like forging, paper production, beer brewing, rope making and many other things.
Please be aware, that the visit will take you min. 3-4 hours and a lot of (uphill) walking is required.
This is a large open-air museum with many traditional houses each displaying some traditional skill. Skills include several kinds of metal working, paper making, leather making, bristle production, rope making, fabric dyeing, bee keeping, cigar production, and more. Of course there is also a tavern....More