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We liked this visit because it was very low key, easy to acces by car or by foot, entrance was only 5 euros and inside you could peek to a lifestyle of the area in 1300s to 1900s. The visit could take from 30min to...More
Took friend, visiting from Kiev, Ukraine, to visit. Haven't been here for a few years and I seemed to recall the facility being bigger. That being said it is a very interesting museum, with access being permitted to the majority of buildings. Access is inexpensive....More
Visited with family friends who wanted to show me the history of their and their ancestors area. Examples of their local platt deutsch and buildings such as schools, windmills and farms, which it is amazing to beleive can still be found- never been to anything...More
Small museum premises for if you want to know more about the former German countryside, its peasants and craftsmen. With vulonteers baking bread, tinsmiths and beekeepers. A nice stop cycling around Lake Aasee.
This museum offers the opportunity to see and experience how peoples lived in former times. It starts with a classroom,supermarket,smoke rooms,where they smoked their saussages. Or you see how small their beds were and you you can see the windmill.
We spent a day in Muenster and happened to find this museum by pure accident walking around the lake and wanting to get a closer view of the beautiful old windmill. It is an absolutely charming farm and village that has been restored and the...More
If you are interested in how people lived out in an agricultural area of Germany in the 1700's, the Freilichtmuseum Muenster is a absolute must to see. There is a fascinating collection of old farm buildings, shops, schoolhouse, church, windmill, moated farmstead and even live...More
Lovely little 'village' that you walk around and can peer into or walk around houses, blacksmiths, school, bakers, bee-keeper, a windmill, veggie gardens. Very traditional. Not much info about things and it would be better if guided (we just walked around).
But on a nice...More