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Erwin-Hymer-Museum, Bad Waldsee
(4.5/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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  • We are developed, and therefore we have already a great interest in the topic. But I think that this is not a requirement and this Museum for everyone will be a worthwhile objective. Our pubertal daughter wanted to stay first in the parking lot in the camper, but went with and was very happy that she has not missed. The exhibition is very interesting built up and broken down and brings you right in vacation and adventure mood.
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  • The Museum is very interesting broken down by time sequence and subjects of caravans and mobile homes. There is for example a range of mountains, a India, a Morocco, an America, etc. This describes the emergence of the vehicles each and interesting individual stories to the vehicles and their owners...
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  • I would recommend a visit to the Museum especially adults. For smaller children is something, but the visit is for young people, which the topic have nothing with the hat rather uninteresting. Who is interrested the history of the Caravan and camping in General is right here. The Museum is like a circular route built up and shows the caravan generations from the outset. At some stations, you can shot photos with relevant backgrounds. The downside however: each image costs extra.
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  • Longtime camper and RV fans a great place to visit. Detailed and nice decorated. Not boring at all and they do a good job to make it fun and interesting. The "modern" part of it is the Erwin Hymer World in Wertheim.
  • Really interesting, cool, and unique collection of campers. From the BRD *and* the DDR; from the USA. Also has a neat "My Travel Pictures" idea with backdrops and costumes for taking pictures for your imaginary vacation to different parts of the world. My 6 and 10 year olds had fun too. Definitely stop by if you are traveling nearby!
  • A top Museum for camping and caravans. Lovingly designed. Interested not only for technology. Nostalgia is capitalized. Ah the good old days. Sighing, leaving the Museum. Verdict top :) also coffee and cakes have tasted.
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  • You have to see! The Museum leads all camping madman through the decades. Absolutely for all to recommend not camping madman. Here you can marvel at just
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  • It is one of the most beautiful museums we visited as a family (and a few!). For the children's will never get bored as there is anywhere creative offers to join in and much curiosities to wonder... Then, it want to get immediately before wanderlust in the Bulli...
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