This is the oldest open air museum in Europe and is very well presented and maintained. Many of the buildings have traditionally costumed people some of whom speak very good English and they are happy to tell you about the building and its former uses. It is similar to the open air museum at Singleton in West Sussex and it is easy to appreciate that European trades and agriculture followed similar developments across the continent. The free tram enables you to see the whole of the park and we found it very useful to take a complete circuit at the start of our visit and thus orient ourselves and make good decisions about which of the many building to spend time in.
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