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“Lesson in history”

Museumsdorf Bayerischer Wald
Ranked #1 of 2 things to do in Tittling
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Prague, Czech Republic
Level 5 Contributor
41 reviews
22 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 54 helpful votes
“Lesson in history”
Reviewed August 27, 2012

We spent about two hours in this Open Air Museum - you can enter most of the houses and read about the history of each of them - if you are fluent in German of course, because all of the descriptions are in German. But even without German knowledge it is worth a visit! The museum closes at 5 pm for entry, but you can stay how long you wish once inside - the entry is 5 Euros per adult. Don´t forget to make a stop at the restaurant at the entry for a nice meal!

Visited August 2012
3 Thank pejrimom
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English first
Cape Town, South Africa
Level 6 Contributor
502 reviews
210 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 174 helpful votes
“Fascinating piece of Bavarian history”
Reviewed August 15, 2011

We visited the Open Air Museum of Bayerischer Wald, Titling and it was a step back in time! There are over 150 houses from 1580 - 1850 - allow time for exploring. The old farm implements are amazing, the water mills fascinating, the life style a real eye-opener. The water mill was first recorded in 1430 and the musuem buildings are on this original site. A Blacksmith, Saw Mill, Old School house. Shrine, Barns, and many more are all worth a wander - displays of tools, clothing, religious artefacts, furniture, crafts etc take one back to another era.

This museum has preserved the old Bavarian way of life and is interesting for both adults and children.

As with most things in Germany, English explanations are non-existant but it is still a worthwhile experience to see how life was lived in Bavaria so many years ago.

Visited June 2011
3 Thank kaapie62
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Antwerp, Belgium
Level 6 Contributor
743 reviews
645 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 855 helpful votes
“must be the largest in Bavaria”
Reviewed March 13, 2010

With its 150 buildings (not all open tough) and 20 ha, this must be the largest open air museum in Bavaria, and it is beautifull! Plenty of levels, so to climb a little, and to descend a little... The museumsrestaurant is just outside the museum, and next to the entrance and museumsshop. Do not try to see this one in a hurry, as it is more than interesting. The pix are just a few compared to rhe amount there is to see. Please do so...

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