Landschaftsmuseum Westerwald

Brief description

Welcome to eight typical buildings of the Westerwald!

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Detailed description

Embedded into the eastern portion of the Burggarten, the Landschaftsmuseum Westerwald
awaits your visit on premises consisting of eight lovingly arranged historical houses. These typical
Westerwald timber-frame houses contain exhibits that bear witness to the traditions and hard
daily life of the common people of the Westerwald.
How people lived and worked under the same roof, which was a typical pattern of living in
the Westerwald right up to 1960, is shown here graphically. A barn, a bakery and an oil mill bring
visitors right back into the self-suffi cient lives of local farmers.

Admission prices:

Adults: € 4.00
Pensioners with ID: € 3.00
Family ticket 1 (1 parent with 1 - 4 children up to and including 17 years): € 4.00
Family ticket 2 (parents with 1 - 4 children up to and including 17 years): € 7.00
Pupils, students, trainees with ID: € 2.00
Persons with a severely disabled pass: € 2.00
Recipients of unemployment benefit II and other basic benefits with ID: 2,00 €.
Group admission from 10 persons (por person): € 3.00

Dogs are allowed.

Guided tour of the museum for groups: €25.00 plus admission (duration: approx. 60 minutes)
General introduction: 7,50 € plus entrance fees (duration: approx. 15 minutes)

Further offers can be found here

Stamp No. 13 of the WesterwaldSteig is available here.

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