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The museum shows the development of farming, crafts and commerce. An exceptional feature of the presentation of crafts is that the visitors themselves can try out wood and metal work (please make an appointment). The exhibition comprises furniture and basic commodities from the Baroque to the 20th century. One main attraction is the so-called "Seidel room". One section of the museum is dedicated to pre- and early history.
Artists, associations and different types of professions present themselves in exhibitions that change several times a year.
Adults 2,- €, children free
Groups with more than 6 persons 1,- € per pers.
Guided tours by appointment, Living crafts: practical work with wood and metal is possible
Arriving by car