Museumsdorf Niedersulz open air museum

Handicraft, Model garden, Museum, Old-time train / special train

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Description

Spread across a 22 hectare site, the Niedersulz museum village is the largest open air museum in Lower Austria. Faithfully reconstructed buildings from a period spanning two centuries bring a traditional Weinviertel village to life: farm buildings, workshops, a village inn, a school and a cellar lane will whisk visitors back in time to another era. The beautiful gardens at the museum village are an attraction in their own right, and interesting varieties can be found in the kitchen gardens and orchards. A living farm with rare breeds that have lived alongside humans for thousands of years is another part of the museum village experience. From sheep and pigs to geese and chickens, the farmstead is full of poultry, fowl and livestock. On the weekends there are live demonstrations where visitors can watch smiths, wheelwrights and cobblers ply their trades using techniques that have been handed down from one generation to the next for centuries. A typical village inn on the main square provides sustenance for hungry and thirsty visitors. Seasonal and regional specialties are served in the idyllic guest garden.

Facility features

  • Tours
  • Suitable for wheelchairs
  • Dogs allowed
  • Outdoor kid's playground
  • Restaurant in the establishment

We speak ...

  • English

Location and how to get there