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Alt-Rothenburger Handwerkerhaus

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Alt-Rothenburger Handwerkerhaus

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Alter Stadtgraben 26, 91541, Rothenburg, Bavaria Germany
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Ann T wrote a review Dec 2019
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia127 contributions57 helpful votes
House was well kept!!! Limited information in English but still very interesting at the same time. Really afforable as well less than 5 euro to enter.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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JulieMemphis wrote a review Sep 2019
Memphis, Tennessee37 contributions12 helpful votes
I thought this was a very interesting museum. While the English information is limited, it was so fascinating to see such a well preserved home. The docent was knowledgeable and explained things that didn't have English information available. I would highly recommend.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Viki wrote a review Jul 2019
Chicago, Illinois39 contributions5 helpful votes
This house was built in 1200's. Oldest house we've ever been in. Worth seeing. It cost 3 euros and we spend about 15-20 minutes . It was very intresting to see how people lived in the middle ages. The house has it's own well with water still in it today. Our children were amazed
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Eesliter wrote a review Jun 2019
Tijuana, Mexico54 contributions12 helpful votes
We were told about this house but since it wasn't part of the "main" attractions we almost missed it, we are glad we didn't. For only 3 Euros we learn a lot about the old times. It's fascinating to see a fully preserved house from a very long time ago.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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HobbitBrandybuck wrote a review Jul 2018
Denver, Colorado312 contributions140 helpful votes
The house museum is open after 1 pm. Ticket is €3/person + €0.5 for the brochure. The information on the brochure is very limited. Whatever information, if any, posted outside the rooms on the wall is in German. The display of craftsman's tools include boot making, weaving/spinning, bread making and some farm tools. The rooms also exhibit old furniture and housewares. Except for the boot-maker's tool, I've seen more extensive displays of all the others (The Imperial Museum here in Rothenburg and the Schattenburg Castle Museume in Feldkirk, Austria just on this trip). So I didn't find this craftsman's home interesting especially since I don't have the benefit of adequate information. The only thing I found of note was how maximum use of space was achieved in this old home (the way rooms are divided and the stairs were cut in).
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Date of experience: June 2018
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