Freilichtmuseum Neuhausen ob Eck

Open-air museum, Neuhausen ob Eck

Neuhausen ob Eck, Germany

School, church and store, forge, weaver house and farmstead – the open-air museum Neuhausen ob Eck is a typical rural village of yesteryear. Numerous animals populate this museum and daily craft demonstrations, lovingly landscaped farmer’s gardens and exhibitions invite you to look and linger. But it's especially alive during its more than 50 events such as the day of the cart horses, the day of fairy tales or the historical fair. Big playground for romping, climbing and splashing about.

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Opening hours

25th March–5th November
Tue–Sun 9 am6 pm
Public holidays opened Monday. 

Recommended time
180 Minutes
Price
Adults
8.50 €

One-time free admission with the Bodensee Card PLUS (no pre-registration or online ticket purchase necessary)

Early booking at www.freilichtmuseum-neuhausen.de/buchung is possible, but not mandatory. If you have any questions regarding the current admission conditions, please contact the Info Service at +49 (0) 7461 926 3200 or info@freilichtmuseum-neuhausen.de.

Kids
2.00 €
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