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LWL-Open-Air Museum Detmold (LWL Freilichtmuseum Detmold), Detmold
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More than 100 houses from all over Germany were transported to LWL-Open-Air Museum Detmold (LWL Freilichtmuseum Detmold) to recreate an idyllic, historic town. The open-air museum hosts events on 0.81 km (200 acres) of green space, where picnickers often speckle the lawns. Walking tours and carriage rides keep the paved walkways abuzz. Inside those 100 homes, you can marvel over artifacts that were once used in everyday German country life. Take a look at the museum program calendar to learn about interactive events, such as pottery making and blacksmithing. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to LWL-Open-Air Museum Detmold (LWL Freilichtmuseum Detmold) by using our Detmold trip itinerary planner.
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Großes und schönes Bauernhofmuseum. Waren schon mehrmals dort, immer wieder nett. Tolle wiederaufgebaute Höfe, vielseitig.Big and beautiful farm museum. Were there already several times, always back nicely. Great rebuilt courtyards, versatile.show original
Lovely old buildings that you can go in.Set in lovely country side . There are paths all the way round so suitable for pushchairs & wheelchairs and also a horse drawn cart for those who get too tired.
Seit Jahren kaufe ich mir eine Jahreskarteund geh so oft ich kann ins Museum!Unglaublich toll ist auch der Adventsmarkt...urig, rustikal, gemütlich und ein tolles Flair. Immerwieder muss ich da hin. E... read more »Buy for years I me a Jahreskarteund go as often as I can in the Museum! Also the Adventsmarkt...urig is incredibly great, rustic, comfortable and a great atmosphere. I need Immerwieder to go there. It's beautiful there. Recently, I visited with the children, "Games on the edge of the village". Great idea, children play together.show original
Really beautiful museum not only showing old buildings, but also traditional craftsmanship and old breeds of farm animals. The museum covers a big area and incorporates the landscape to recreate what old settlements looked like. It's a wonderful place all year round. Make sure you come well equipped for a day trip, there is much to see.
Al MahaYou don't talk shit - this is the motto of this year's exhibition in the open air museum Detmold. I was pleased at the presentation of the exhibits as an absolute fan of the Museum and hoped that even some curiosities and relevant anecdotes are shown. Today, I have made myself so on the way and drove over 100 km, to be able to see the exhibition. My disappointment is not to describe, because I knew the most exhibits through my numerous visits to the Museum. A new sign that explicitly indicates the village is still not an exhibition. So I had to strengthen once me in the bakery, to make me happy. The cinnamon rolls are a real treat. Bread for at home was also being shopped. And then the delicious mice. Culinary, the day was saved. A still-warm Cinnamon Bun had to be consumed immediately before the bakery. Well, and what was missing there? A few tables and chairs and also a cup coffee. On demand you informed us that this is not compatible with the existing catering distance in 50 m. I regret that, but I'll may not eat well there my Cinnamon Bun. So, there was no coffee... Then I visited the premises of the special exhibition after strengthening. And even more disappointed. Where do I start??? Labeled potty standing at the bottom have welcomed me. Unfortunately, I could read anything without dislocate my neck because you had written guide to the potty. Wanted to I really read it all? No! Still, they showed diapers, doll that could be processed and distributed to the walls in various colors, lettering, weights and criss -cross over the wall logos, cartoons, unsystematic arranged. I was killed by the chaos. The desire is also passed me. The exhibits were only partly to do with the topic and it was about half touched on, but not carried out correctly. There were around Pamperspakete, there was wrapping trays with different cloth diapers... How to wrap cloth angle with one, what exactly the process is lacking but a guide... The reading corner with books for children has can not convince even me, because usually it is just a day at the Museum and much would like to experience and see. There is no time to look at books. The exhibition of various toilets could not convince me. (Why is old Cookware issued between toilets?) The black box was a total flop. Again, just read the loopholes so set on low, I not that could bend A condom machine from the 90's is really not a historical exhibit. Additional information of the employee was laudable. She has can tell us much about the context and structure of the exhibition. Had the employee not pointed me to some information on the inscribed walls, that would be missed the smooth. On the film, I had no desire at all and no time. The placement directly in the passage area of the exhibition was less than optimal. Research, I learned that several graphics/design offices were responsible for the design of the exhibition. You could have saved well and like the money is. What is also very frightened, was partially bad condition of most of the buildings in the fiber. Many facades almost dazzled after a new coat of paint or even plaster. All in all the gardens and farmland were not well managed. I have da collect completely different impressions in the last few years. Then, I have canceled my visit of the Museum after leaving the exhibition. Did a detour in the gift shop and then pretty much frustrated home drove. Never ever again.show original
Elena Marie Meyeropened in 1971, extensive open air museum, where numerous historical half-timbered and stone buildings give an overview of the development and change of everyday life and cultural history of Westphalia in the rural area from the middle ages to the 20th century: historic farms, individual farm houses, workshops, stables and some windmills as well as cottage gardens and animals. Served several times as a backdrop for fairytale films. A beautiful Christmas market held annually in the village of Paderborn with approximately 40 buildings from the period around 1900.show original
Hendrik MartinSince large and extensive site with many different farms. Especially in the late spring when everything blooms an oasis. Extremely crowded on weekends with good weather and too crowded. So time to bring and enjoy. Particularly well suited for families!show original
Dietmar SperlingYou can relax very well relax and eat well. The only problem is that the houses are far apart. With a walk, one has friends throughout the day.show original
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