It'll take you quite a bit of time to see everything this museum has to offer. It hosts collections from various fields, such as transportation, the making of textiles, fishing and hunting, bread baking, farming etc. Each item exhibited is accompanied by a detail description. It's a great museum to visit with children too as there are interactive presentations and children are usually very interested to see how certain things work.
The building itself is lovely as it used to be a monastery and then a castle till 1951 when the museum was set up. There's a nice park where you can sometimes glimpse a wedding or some other celebration.
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