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Open-air museum ob Eck

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Location: Neuhausen ob Eck
Suitable for prams: ja

The open-air museum Neuhausen ob Eck is the historical museum village on the edge of the Swabian Alb, above the Upper Danube Valley, only 25 km from Lake Constance, directly on the B 311 (Ulm - Donaueschingen /Freiburg) -
Located in the middle of the Donaubergland and the Upper Danube Nature Park.

One of seven regional rural open-air museums in Baden-Württemberg

A museum village with 24 historical buildings from the Swabian Alb, the Black Forest, Lake Constance and Hegau

The rural history of the last 400 years of the most beautiful holiday regions in Baden-Württemberg at a glance

The most diverse regional house forms and cultures, directly next to each other on a manageable site comparable

A real little Albdorf with a church, school and town hall, farmhouses, weaver's house, day laborer's house, blacksmith's shop, pottery, farrenstall, rope factory and ...

A Black Forest farm with outbuildings as a homestead, idyllically situated on the slope, with a functioning waterwheel-powered high-rise saw and a Black Forest mill, which are demonstrated daily

Bakery with regular baking demonstrations

Over 90.000 visitors annually

Open-air museum ob Eck

Open Air Museum
Neuhausen ob Eck
Court House ?? open air museum
PO Box 4453
78509 Tuttlingen
Tel. + 49 / 7461 / 926 3205
Fax +49 / 7461/926 99 3205
info@freilichtmuseum-neuhausen.de

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