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Niederrheinisches Freilichtmuseum, Grefrath
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Schöner Ausflugsort für Familien. Dies zeigt u.a. Bäuerlich-handwerkliche Kultur vom Niederrhein. Historische Hofanlagen und Werkstätten, wie in der Vergangenheit gearbeitet wurde. Auch ein Spielzeugm... read more »Beautiful excursion place for families. This shows including rural handicraft culture of the lower Rhine. Historic farms and workshops, has worked in the past. Also a toy museum displays beautiful memories of childhood.show original
Man wird hier nicht so überfrachtet wie in anderen Freilichtmuseen. Die Anlage ist überschaubar. Die Gebäude sind malerisch gruppiert. Und nach ein bis zwei Stunden Besuch kann man das Gelände zufried... read more »It is not as cluttered as in other open-air museums. The system is manageable. The buildings are picturesquely grouped. And after one or two hours, you can leave the terrain satisfied again. Worth a visit!show original
ein schönes kleines Freilichtmuseum, besser gesagt ein Heimatmuseum. Viele wieder restaurierte und wieder aufgebaute bäuerliche Häuser aus der Region. liebevoll gestaltet und gut präsentiert. Auf dem ... read more »rather a nice small open-air museum, a local history museum. Many again restored and reconstructed rural houses from the region. Lovingly designed and well presented. On the grounds is a small, things do Toy Museum with beautiful collection of stuff from bygone years. There's also a model railway, which moves on a regular basis. The highlight is the Danny standing on the grounds. An old manor house with surrounding moat and the small museum contained therein. Also the Pannekokehuus that invites contemplation and strengthening among the open air museum.show original
Jochen ScheelSmall but nice. My kids come always happy here. Make great tours!show original
Heinz-Gerd WingelsYou should hold a second target fairly small and simple open-air museum, for a day trip. Unfortunately, the Museum for wheelchairs or strollers also is completely inappropriate. Of course, these are all historic buildings with small narrow doors and without elevators, that is already clear, but if huge double barn doors are exists, and then only the narrow passage doors within these gates are open, this is not exactly disabled friendly. Thus, the access to most buildings wheelchair is denied. Small ramps in certain areas of input could cause too much and would not harm the originality of the houses. To overcome also the "rebuilt" vestibule at the entrance of the toy museum requires quite a bit of skill, and who want to push the wheelchair in the narrow elevator inside then should take good care of his fingers. Quickly, you can because your hands squeeze. Shows how it can be made significantly better z.b: the Detmold open-air museum. So there's a star for the wheelchair-accessible entrance to the Rhenish open-air museum and a whole Euro discount for the disabled.show original
Jörg SüselbeckInteresting and varied open-air museum with historical buildings and insights into the history of the lower Rhine. The Toy Museum takes one back into your own childhood. Be sure to schedule tasty dinner at the Pancake House!show original
Andreas SchaeferVery nice Christmas market, always worth a visitshow original
Axel SpannenkrebsVery nice open air museum for the whole family. Always worth a visit.show original
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