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Freilichtmuseum Klausenhof

One of the oldest houses in the Black Forest
History and tradition
Herrischried
Germany
The Klausenhof Open Air Museum is located in one of the oldest houses in the Black Forest and is adjoined by the famous ‘Lindauer Säge' which was first named in a document in 1595. In 2001, the museum was extended by a smith's workshop, a bakery and a farmer's garden. The renovation was completed with the opening of the historical ‘Wagenschopf' in late 2002.
Freilichtmuseum Klausenhof
Freilichtmuseum Klausenhof
Freilichtmuseum Klausenhof
Opening hours
From
until
Monday - Saturday: Closed
Sunday: 14:30-17:30
From
until
Monday - Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 14:30-17:30
Thursday - Friday: Closed
Saturday - Sunday: 14:30-17:30
Address
Freilichtmuseum Klausenhof
Am Gerhard-Jung-Platz
79737
Herrischried
Germany
+49 7764 61 62

47.665002, 8.001135