Distance from base: 120 km
What is an Open Air Museum?
Living-history museums, including living-farm museums and living museums, are open-air museums where costumed interpreters portray period life in an earlier era. The interpreters act as if they are living in a different time and place and perform everyday household tasks, crafts, and occupations. The goal is to demonstrate older lifestyles and pursuits to modern audiences. Household tasks might include cooking on an open hearth, churning butter, spinning wool and weaving, and farming without modern equipment. Many living museums feature traditional craftsmen at work, such as a blacksmith, pewtersmith, silversmith, weaver, tanner, armorer, cooper, potter, miller, sawyer, cabinet-maker, woodcarver, printer, doctor, and general storekeeper.
What does the event name “Anno Dazumal” mean?
On this special day there will be a fair at the Open Air Museum which gives you some insight in what fairs used to look like in the old days. The fair features candy shops, fire-breathers, tightrope artists, stilt walker, fortune tellers and much more.
This trip entertains the whole family.
It combines culture and fun, all in one!!!
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€55 per adult
€47 per child (3-17)
€25 per child (0-2)
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