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An awesome year-round site to visit alone or with friends and family. A 1600’s era Bavarian village, arrayed about a sprawling location with period barns, houses and shops AND and a brewery. Open year round, you’ll see your buses lined up outside. A wonderful time...More
The State Historic Park “Glentleiten” in Upper Bavaria is an extremely well done assembly of beauty old farmhouses, barns, etc. The appearance is that of a genuine Bavarian village. You can learn about the old crafts through presentations, there’s lots of fun for kids, and...More
Can't believe the size of this place, especially for the 7 Euros entrance fee - such good value for money. We spent five hours here and still had to miss out a bit because we had walked so much and were running out of time!...More
Dropped down from Munich on a scorching hot Sunday.
Train to Kochel and then 8611 bus to the museum. Easy peasy .
Very well laid out open air museum. The farmhouses are constructed on site in time lapse allowing you to see the historical development...More
Our friends took us there for the day we had our dog with us and the walks and the buildings really great fun. The views and fresh air really a joy. They have a small restaurant out on the walk and the food is all...More
Almost at the end of highway Autobahn 95 from Munich to Garmisch you´ll find this phantastic and very well organized Upper Bavarian farnhouse museum. It´s only 2 Euros for kids (6 - 15), adults 7 Euros and you can spend the whole day there, rain...More
As a big fan of history and museums, I really enjoyed this! The paths are graveled and a lot of up and down, so good sturdy, comfortable walking shoes are a must! Could have spent more time here! You could get the highlights by doing...More
This is a wonderful museum which allows you to take a journey through Bavarian social history. There are 63 building ranging from farmers house to mills. Many houses are furnished in the age they were last lived in e.g. The 1950s. All of the buildings...More
Good: Museum was all outside and it was well laid out, with excellent views. Everything was translated into English.
Bad: Fairly costly for what was a fairly short (and boring) visit to this museum.
The most interesting parts were the enormous fish in the pond,...More
You can spend an entire day here. Where good walking shoes and take lots of pictures. There are many buildings from various eras and all are carefully and accurately recreated. If you are not up for a good long walk, skip this, otherwise it is...More
Response from FrankMcLynn | Reviewed this property |
That‘s way out the country. I‘ve no idea what the bus connections are like.
I went there from Munich.
Try google maps. They‘ll give you the connections.
It‘s well worth a visit. You‘ll need at least half a day.