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Schwarzwaldmuseum Triberg

History and tradition
Technique and industry
Triberg
Germany
The Black Forest has always been particularly versatile – rural, industrial, inventive, challenging and idyllic at the same time. The Black Forest Museum showcases the different aspects of this fascinating region – and answers questions such as how many ‘Bollen' does the traditional ‘Bollenhut' have, what is a ‘Hochzeitsschäppel' or why does the lady from Triberg wear a top hat?

However, the museum does not only focus on history and tradition, modern aspects are also part of the collection, such as a comprehensive collection of Black Forest clocks, the spectacular Black Forest Train as impressively large diorama, a mineral mine or automated jukeboxes.

The Black Forest Museum is located diagonally across from the main entrance to the tallest waterfalls in Germany. It offers guided tours in German, English, French, Dutch, Spanish and Italian (appointments required). Every Saturday at 10am a guided tour for families and children takes place.
Schwarzwaldmuseum Triberg
Schwarzwaldmuseum Triberg
Schwarzwaldmuseum Triberg
Opening hours

OCT-APR: 10.00-17.00
MAY-SEPT: 10.00-18.00

closed: 24-25/12, MON (NOV-Easter)
Address
Schwarzwaldmuseum Triberg
Wallfahrtstraße 4
78098
Triberg
Germany
+49 7722 44 34

48.129047, 8.229693