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OneLovesTravel wrote a review Dec 2019
London, United Kingdom163 contributions59 helpful votes
This small museum in the beautiful former home of the richest inhabitants in the town at the time gives us a good taste of how life was in the Mosel in the ‘olden days’. At EUR 3 for the entrance fee it’s a bargain too!
Date of experience: December 2019
2709JD wrote a review Jun 2019
Middelkerke, Belgium54 contributions11 helpful votes
18th Barok villa, which has been converted to a museum. Well maintained, very interesting to learn about the life of the master of the house. Worth while the visite.
Date of experience: June 2019
whitesapphire wrote a review Jun 2018
Toronto, Canada91 contributions44 helpful votes
When you visit, take a tour and you'll be amazed at all the original artifacts in this home—many from the original owners. It's an incredible collection.
Date of experience: June 2018
Yair Bar Zohar wrote a review Oct 2017
Qiryat Ata, Israel2,041 contributions339 helpful votes
Just a short walk from the Buddha Museum, this small and interesting museum is housed in a building that once served as an estate for the local merchant family, Bocking. The museum opened to the public in 1928 by the local artist Spice, whose works adorn the walls. During your visit to the museum, you will be impressed by a large number of furniture and art items, some of which are three hundred years old. Besides, you can also learn about the history of the town of Traven-Travach and its various buildings, including the Gravenburg Castle and the fortification of Mont Royal. The entrance fee is cheap. Opening Hours: From March to October from Tuesday to Sunday from 10: 00-17: 00. How long should I visit the museum? Between an hour and an hour and a half. Distance from the previous point: The Moselle Center Museum is about 250 meters from the Buddha Museum. The walk is about 5 minutes along L187 Street. The museum is located at Casinostraße 2.…
Date of experience: October 2017
hony2015 wrote a review Jul 2017
Bury St. Edmunds, United Kingdom96 contributions20 helpful votes
I am glad that I did not take my husband along, however, the entrance fee was only 2.50 euros, so it was cheap enough. However, the English leaflet, one of two, I was lent was many years old so the rooms had all been changed around, so it was of limited use. The best bit was probably the model of how the Gravenburg Castle probably looked before the French blew it up in 1734!…
Date of experience: July 2017