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Volkskunde Museum, Salzburg

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TripAdvisor
  • Above the Schloss Hellbrunn and included in the ticket, this is a more simple building and contains exhibits on Salzburg tradition, including living, clothing, festivals, and a heavy serving of religi...  more »
  • Really underwhelmed by this place. The English translation says folklore museum so we were expecting stories and fables, Etc. Even after readjusting our mindset and going through the museum we just we...  more »
  • If you love the traditional Austrian costumes for men and women, this museum is a must. Not only does it display beautiful and handsome dirndls and Trachten suits, it also tells about the likes, disli...  more »
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  • Nice, small, not much to see
  • Folk Museum is situated halfway up in the Hellbrunn Castle Hellbrunn, most friends pay attention only to the Palace of Hellbrunn with fun water bodies will be accidentally overlooked here. The Folk Museum, also known as Monatsschloessl, built in 1615, the first is the purpose of use as a hunting lodge of the month of Archbishop Markus Sittikus, was not used as Salzburg folk exhibition began in 1924. The Museum area is small, divided into several major areas, such as bedroom areas, religion, costume jewelry, mask of Krampus monsters and more, all content associated with the folk culture a century ago. Folk Museum also organized various exhibitions on a regular basis, most of these exhibitions are closely related to people's lives, most recent exhibition is associated with the meat. Not unaware that collectively a sausage in the Salzburg area will be able to have so many species. Don't know if you see any strange objects, asked while looking for staff, they were very warm, very seriously to answer visitor questions. But halfway up the Museum, so 10-20 minutes walk up the Hill, ready for movement Oh!
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