Black Forest Open Air Museum Vogtsbauernhof, Gutach im Schwarzwald
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At Black Forest Open Air Museum Vogtsbauernhof, learn how the inhabitants of the Black Forest lived and worked over the past 400 years. You can explore six furnished farmhouses, a laborer's cottage, mills, storehouses, a distillery, chapel, herb garden, and more. Take part in some of the traditional crafts, including lantern making and basket weaving. Check the day's schedule when you arrive for events such as the mill demonstration. Browse the onsite store for handicrafts from regional artisans. Bring a picnic along, or sample some Black Forest fare at the cafe. Guided tours and audio tours are available. Before you head to Gutach im Schwarzwald, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Gutach im Schwarzwald tourist route planner, to make sure you see all that Gutach im Schwarzwald has to offer, including Black Forest Open Air Museum Vogtsbauernhof.
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  • Visit ed in July 2015. At first i was not excitted at all to fisit this museum. Boy was I wrong. This open air museum has a number of houses dated through the ages that was located at different places...  more »
  • This is an amazing collection of buildings from different regions of the Black Forest. These preserved historic buildings include the original farmstead built in 1612, as well as cottages, animal stal...  more »
  • This was a very interesting look into the lives of farmers of the Black Forest. Definitely worth it to either go with a guide, or to rent one of the audio guides. Seeing how the old houses had everyth...  more »