Limburgs Openluchtmuseum Eynderhoof, Nederweert
(4.6/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
Limburgs Openluchtmuseum Eynderhoof is located in Nederweert. Use our Nederweert travel itinerary planner to visit Limburgs Openluchtmuseum Eynderhoof on your trip to Nederweert, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • On Sunday 18 september, we visited Eynderhof and especially for the main theme of the day forging the day it was a very nice and fun renewed acquaintance, in addition to the many activities of the various forging which were at work. There were also some exhibitors with stationary diesel engines that implements and small grinders. And of course also the other occupations were available. By this theme days is also a second or even a third visit still worth the well-groomed website are these special days to find The fine forging showed today how a steel wheel on a wheel was shrunk. Dave and the spinners showed how the wool was spun and woven.
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  • Very fun and educational afternoon for the whole family. The history of the crafts and life of yesteryear, combined with a beautiful flower garden and a cosy terrace. From toddler age is already very nice. The volunteers who run the muzeum together are jointly responsible for the cozy atmosphere.
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  • And along the garden path of my father ... great to stroll around here. A feast of recognition of 333. Really nicely set up and lovingly maintained. Thanks to the many volunteers!
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  • Want to find out how things were done in the days when your grandfather was a boy? Then look no further than this place. Completely operated by volunteers with a passion for craftsmanship. Fun activities for children too.
  • As a volunteer you will soon feel at home. The entire museum is carried. The museum has no paid workers and operation can be entirely from the entree's. With around 350 volunteers it is a very nice museum, where the crafts. Every Sunday are also most in business. As the blacksmith, sawmill, beekeeper, bakery, basket weaving, straw, or textile formatting edit. For the list of what to see can you look on their website.
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  • Really top. Volunteers who have set up a really awesome museum. Fun for all ages. vask thematic workshops.
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  • The open air museum is completely run by volunteers who have set itself the objective of the younger generation to learn how the old crafts were carried out. Every time they are open is there another activity that is always accessible for children. The coffee cup is affordable and the flan and pudding buns are baked by the home b. The museum is partially wheelchair accessible. The employees are all equally enthusiastic and extremely welcoming.
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