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Rheinland - Pfälzisches Freilichtmuseum

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Freilichtmuseum von Rheinland-Pfalz mit 4 Museumsdörfern. Regionen Rheinhessen/Pfalz, Hunsrück/Nahe, Mosel/Eifel und Rhein/Westerwald sind in über 25 Häusern dargestellt. Gelände umfasst 35 ha. Führungen bitte anmelden unter Tel. 06751/855880
Wandering on ancient paths Where visitors can actually touch history and where behind the creaking doors of enchanting timbered houses the past is waiting to be discovered, where memories that have turned to stone bring the past to mind visitors can experience how life really was. The dreamily meandering river Nahe has always lured people to its banks. The mild climate and fertility of the soil create favorable conditions. Forests and meadows provided food for the people. These people of course also left traces of their lives, some of which are still visible today. The by far most famous resident of the Nahe valley was Hildegard of Bingen, who spent most of her life at Disibodenberg -a Benedictine monastery, whose ruins remind one of the amazing women with prophetic sensitivity. The open-air museum in the Nachtigallental valley opens doors to a time when life and living was hard work. It tells a story of life in the country over the past 500 years and allows its visitors to interact. Experience what life was really like. The Rhineland Palatinate Open Air Museum Hidden in the Nachtigallental valley the past is well preserved. Idyllically located between forest and meadows and made of stone, clay and wood is a unique collection of silent witnesses to a time long past. On 35 hectares of spacious grounds, covered with cobblestone paths, there are almost 40 historic buildings from various regions of the Rhineland Palatinate. These buildings were taken apart stone by stone at their original locations and then rebuilt and furnished as they were, in the museum. In the village blacksmith's shop, the water mill, the store and on the skittle alley, in wine maker's houses, farmhouses and the bakery visitors can experience how people lived over the past 500 years, how they mastered their daily lives and work and how their lives were influenced by the changing of seasons. There are also gardens, pastures and meadows, a medicinal herb garden and a vineyard. On a number of activity days, visitors can watch museum bread being baked in the old stone oven and the blacksmith as he lets sparks fly. Hands on' is a must in this museum: washing clothes like 100 years ago or learning in a class at the old school, bowling on an old skittles alley - go ahead take a trip into the past. One of the highlights in the museum year is the big museum festival in September, when alleys and houses fill with life, music and the smell of 'Spießbraten' (grilled meat) over an open fire. Also found among the groups of houses are chestnut sheep and goats, free running chickens, geese and ducks. An educational apiary provides lots of information on the great importance of these small insects. For a snack on your walk through the museum just stop in at the museum guesthouse which offers a number of regional specialties. In the museum store you may find the one or other small souvenir of your visit to the past. In addition, for those deeply in love, the museum has a very special offer: those who are very romantic can even be married by the justice of peace in the Hasselbach bakery and town hall. "The museum is daily inspiration. Behind the walls of its houses lie all the stories lived therein. They want to be preserved and shaped. And all of this radiates peace, making it easy to find to yourself." Peter Rudl, Maler

Opening hours

19.03. bis 12.11.2017 täglich 9.00-18.00 Uhr , außer montags (letzter Einlass um 17.00 Uhr) Von Juni bis einschließlich August, an Feiertagen sowie in den Schulferien von Rheinland-Pfalz ist das Museum auch montags geöffnet!

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Sehen und Erleben Sie im größten Freilichtmuseum von Rheinland-Pfalz, wie die Menschen hier während der letzten fünf Jahrhunderte gelebt, gewohnt und gearbeitet haben. Um das vergangene Alltagsleben möglichst anschaulich und greifbar zu machen, wurden während der letzten 30 Jahre knapp 40 historische Häuser Stein für Stein und Holz für Holz vor Ort abgebaut und im 35 Hektar großen Gelände des Rheinland-Pfälzischen Freilichtmuseums originalgetreu wieder aufgebaut. Sie bilden in vier Baugruppen aufgeteilt die verschiedenen Regionen von Rheinland-Pfalz ab. Dorfschmiede und Wassermühle, Kaufmannsladen und Kegelbahn, Winzer- und Bauernhöfe und viele andere Gebäude laden ein zu einer kurzweiligen und informativen Reise in die Vergangenheit. Aktivprogramme geben allen Altersklassen die Gelegenheit, sich in das alltägliche Leben von früher hineinzuversetzen. Auch die unterschiedlichen Aktionstage wie das große Museumsfest oder der Garten- und Pflanzentag bieten den Gästen ein umfangreiches Angebot an Attraktionen. Für das leibliche Wohl sorgt die Museumsgaststätte mit deftigen Spezialitäten aus der regionalen Küche. Öffnungszeiten vom 19.03. bis 12.11.2017:   täglich außer montags 9.00-18.00 Uhr (letzter Einlass um 17.00 Uhr) Von Juni bis einschließlich August, an Feiertagen sowie in den Schulferien von Rheinland-Pfalz ist das Museum auch montags geöffnet! Bitte beachten Sie, dass Sie an der Museumskasse und im Laden nicht mit Karte bezahlen können!

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Distance
Duration
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Graded short tour/Graded circular tour
15.6 km
4:21 h
322 m
248 m
Other hiking tour/main hiking trail
12.6 km
3:29 h
225 m
225 m
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Rheinland - Pfälzisches Freilichtmuseum

Nachtigallental 1 
55566 Bad Sobernheim
Phone (0049) 6751 855880 Fax (0049) 6751 8558810

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  • 4 Tours nearby
Themed/educational trail Nahe.Wander.Sommer
2018-02-06
medium
15 km
3:53 h
80 m
128 m
by Ute Meinhard,  Naheland-Touristik GmbH
Graded short tour/Graded circular tour · Nahe

Hottenbachweg

Graded short tour/Graded circular tour Eimers Tempelchen
2015-11-10
medium
15.6 km
4:21 h
322 m
248 m
5
by Renate Scheffold,  Naheland-Touristik GmbH
Pilgrims' path Mittlere Nahe bei Monzingen
2017-08-14
medium
13.6 km
3:33 h
107 m
134 m
2
by Ute Meinhard,  Naheland-Touristik GmbH
Other hiking tour/main hiking trail · Nahe

Bad Sobernheim - Hottenbachweg

Other hiking tour/main hiking trail Rheinland-Pfälzisches Freilichtmuseum
2017-06-28
medium
12.6 km
3:29 h
225 m
225 m
2
by Juergen Wachowski,  Pfalz Touristik e.V.
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