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Schwarzwälder Trachtenmuseum

History and tradition
Haslach
Germany
The Black Forest Museum of Traditional Costumes invites visitors to learn more about the history and development of traditional costumes in the Black Forest and its surrounding areas. The museum is located in the historic town of Haslach. The Black Forest is home to numerous rural and urban traditional costumes, which make the region to one of the most fascinating places in Germany.

Huge glass cabinets showcase more than 100 realistic figures with beautifully handcrafted unique pieces and objects from their daily lives and festivities. The surroundings of the museum are also a highlight. The house, which is home to the collection, is the only remaining Capuchin monastery in South Germany dating back to the Thirty Years' War. The monastery church, Loreto chapel, cloister, monks' chancel, refectory, hospital and Capuchin room testify to the construction and functions of the former monastery.
Schwarzwälder Trachtenmuseum
Schwarzwälder Trachtenmuseum
Schwarzwälder Trachtenmuseum
Opening hours
From
until
Monday: Closed
Tuesday - Friday: 10:00-12:30, 13:30-16:00
Saturday - Sunday: Closed
From
until
Monday: Closed
Tuesday - Sunday: 10:00-12:30, 13:30-17:00
Closed on holidays during winter. In january open only when requested.
Address
Schwarzwälder Trachtenmuseum
Im Alten Kapuzinerkloster, Klosterstraße 1
77716
Haslach
Germany
+49 7832 70 61 72

48.27604, 8.08503