Deutsches Schuhmuseum

Deutsches Schuhmuseum, Hauenstein: Address, Phone Number, Deutsches Schuhmuseum Reviews: 4.5/5

Deutsches Schuhmuseum
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TSamps
Middletown, RI53 contributions
A great stop after shoe shopping nearby
Aug 2016 • Solo
I was told to check out Schuhmeile because the assortment of quality shoes in one place is amazing. Afterwards, I had looked up the German shoe museum to explore on my own- only about a mile down the street. For 7 euros I got an English audio guide to follow along through the 4 floors of exhibits! The top floor had a sports related exhibit- probably due to the Rio Summer Olympics. I thought it was well done- covering the historical impact of the shoe manufacturing business in the area and worldwide. Glad I stopped in, but I wouldn't make a far journey here unless shoes are really your "thing".
Written August 1, 2016
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Peter S
bonn445 contributions
Shoes galore
Mar 2015 • Couples
We enjoyed the visit here, which is in the middle of the shoe making area of Germany, but would have preferred more lighting so as to see the shoes exhibited more clearly. Loved the old shoes, for crushing chestnuts for eg, or the pointy toed slippers from the Middle Ages, and the inlaid shoes from Iran, as well as the workshop.
Written March 16, 2015
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Mike_Russbach
Oberoesterreich65 contributions
Interesting but lengthy
Jul 2012 • Couples
The museum is very interesting, but it becomes rather much after a while. The information is I believe mostly in German, which makes it hard work for non-German speakers.
Written May 20, 2013
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muddyboot
Stratford-upon-Avon, UK54 contributions
don't miss it!
Jul 2012 • Couples
It is such a good reflection of Social history and helps to understand how the village has changed. It also reflects the changes in Europe at the time of the height of the industry. Great displays!
Written November 16, 2012
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