The Black Forest Open Air Museum
General guided tour for school classes.
|Languages:||German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian|
|Price:||€ 6.00 p.p. (German) / € 6.00 p.p. (other languages)|
|Participants:||min. 12 per group|
Open-air museums collect, preserve and maintain the cultural heritage of the landscape in which they are located. They present the holistic picture of a bygone era in the open air. They show houses that were mostly dismantled elsewhere and rebuilt on the museum grounds. By creating paths, gardens and fields, the houses are harmoniously
harmoniously embedded in the museum grounds. Inside the houses, the idea of an
open-air museum clearly emerges: every thing is in its place. The bowl is in the
kitchen cupboard. The kitchen cupboard is in the kitchen. Next to the kitchen is the parlour and above it the sleeping chambers. A corridor leads to the sleeping chambers, at the end of which a door leads to the hayloft. Under the hayloft is the stable and in front of the stable a fountain
a fountain gurgles in front of the stable. Next to it is the garden, past which a dirt road leads out to the field ...
In this way, the things in the museum come together piece by piece to form a large, multifaceted picture book in which visitors can walk around. But not just to look,
but also to hear, smell and feel.