We were fortunate to receive a recommendation to visit the Warther Museum, where we spent a few hours in delighted amazement. In addition to the various, incredibly complex woodcarvings of Mr. Warther, the Museum is also the site of the Warther Knife Company, where one can watch through large windows as knives are made by hand. The Warther carvings are primarily of trains, with moving parts, two steel mills, and interlocking pliers, which do not sound as awe-inspiring as they are. In addition, one can visit the adjacent Warther home, the first small museum which now holds Mrs. Warther's artistic display of her button collection. There is a brief informative movie that is worth watching to more fully understand the collection, as well as to enjoy the fascinating character of Mr. Warther.
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