Freilichtmuseum Klockenhagen, Ribnitz-Damgarten

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  • The open-air museum is conveniently located. The plants are very well maintained and it is good in the habits of the inhabitants, up to 300 years back, feel. The craftsman homes are equipped with many tools and bread was baked in the wood oven. Our onion bread is very tasty and also of cake invites you to linger at the bakery. Other workshops of the show could be viewed, Carpenter, blacksmith and ceramics. Of course you could buy also sorts. A windmill, small show plants for agricultural cultivation and very nice cold-blooded animals rounded out the picture.
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  • We were there in family and it is super. Drive cases on all back there. There is much to discover too many children.
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  • The open-air museum is absolutely authentic. You can really put themselves back in time and imagine how people lived at the time. The Museum is open from 1 April until 31 October. Different events such as plant guides, sheep shearing, book readings, or craft days are performed in this time and in the summer season, a special exhibition will be shown regularly. About 300 herbs are cultivated in a healing and Wuerzkraut garden modelled on the Abbess Hildegard of Bingen. They come mainly from the North German region. Visitors can meet the historical village life in action: in a replica of an oven built in 1910, which once stood in Lau pin, visitors can bake self-shaped loaves of bread from sourdough. It discusses the preparation of the dough and the functioning of the oven. Other ways to get active, are the laundry or working in a village smithy.
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  • The idea is good, the implementation of OK. Not for children under 5 years of age.
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  • Brilliant. Many animals, lovingly restored timber-frame/loam buildings before with thatched roofs and some original furnishings from the 1930s give insight on life. The forge, post mill, the little church is particularly beautiful and especially the toll charging small aunt Emma. The Museum's restaurant is also good fashion and has a really tasty selection. Be sure to look at!
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  • A truly wonderful place for adults and children. Without realizing it, we four hours there were and have been to the other time the variety surprised.
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  • The Lady at the booth of the bread is quite terrible has just insulted the customers in front of us and then made us! Just awful! Purchased no bread!
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  • Great insight into the life in the country in the past. At many stations, you can become active when E.g. raft ride, penny farthing ride or baking bread.
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