Hinterzarten Ski Museum
Hinterzarten Ski Museum

Black Forest Ski Museum Hinterzarten

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Characteristics

Location: Hinterzarten
Suitable for prams: partially

In the over 300 year old Hugenhof, the history of skiing has been going on since its beginnings in the Black Forest around 1890 Feldberg and its distribution in the European low mountain ranges. Successful athletes such as Georg Thoma, the Nordic combined Olympic champion and Christl Cranz, the alpine runner, are represented as well as the manufacture of skis and equipment and other departments - colorful accessories for ski fashion, ski films, showcases full of medals, trophies and start numbers, in short: from old wooden skis to snowboards an exciting development in winter sports. Winter landscapes, painted around 1900, enrich the historic Schwarzwaldhof. In 1999 part of the top floor was set up as a space for special exhibitions. Since then, the ski museum has shown around four presentations a year with works by contemporary artists.

Opening hours:

Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 14.00 p.m. - 17 p.m.

Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 12:00 p.m. - 17:00 p.m.

Guided tours by appointment

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