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Handwerksmuseum

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VinDivan wrote a review Nov 2018
Luxembourg210 contributions29 helpful votes
The museum features exhibits about the history trades in Deggendorf, Bavaria. Some of us wonder how villages became cities and survived to the present, and this museum tells that story for Deggendorf. Unfortunately, all the narratives and videos are in German, so non speakers have to learn from pictures and artifacts alone. When I visited, there was also a one room exhibit of paper art that was related to the Stadt Museum which is kitty corner to the Handwerks museum. A ticket at one museum is valid at the other.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Ian C wrote a review Jul 2017
London, United Kingdom23,217 contributions1,133 helpful votes
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A fascinating museum that goes back in time to the old trades such as printing, shoe-making and leather-working. It also covers a little bit of technology and design with, for example, a display of old rDios. Inexpensive admission along with rhe adjacent museum and it has a ground floor special exhibition gallery which, when we visited, was being set up for what looked like an interesting contemporary art display. I'm sorry we missed it.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Steve G wrote a review Jun 2017
Eugene, Oregon1,732 contributions142 helpful votes
I couldn't read a thing (all in German). But the stories were well told in photos and exhibits, a great stop!
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Date of experience: June 2017
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jiripesik wrote a review Apr 2017
Pilsen, Czech Republic29 contributions8 helpful votes
This is an interesting trip to the past. You will see how people made for living in the 19th or early 20th century. Especially interesting for people who come from small towns or villages because they may remember some tools or equipment from their childhood.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Hirlsa wrote a review May 2014
Munich, Germany3,285 contributions198 helpful votes
go back in time and see how the craftsman did their work. amazing. their tools, their machines..learn how animal skin is cleaned and processed for clothing, shoes etc.
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Date of experience: May 2014
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