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“Interesting”

Freilchtmuseum Glentleiten
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Reviewed August 9, 2014 via mobile

It was interesting to see a village frozen in time. They had demonstrations throughout the day of various skills. There are paths but they were rutted after heavy rain so I would be careful about taking a stroller to some portions of the trail.

3  Thank GdenH
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Reviewed August 7, 2014 via mobile

The correct spelling of the name is 'Freilichtmuseum Glentleiten' this is important when your entering it into the GPS unit.

The Glentleiten Open Air Museum is was very interesting. Seeing how people of different classes lived everyday life.

The tools, buildings, and furniture were very interesting.
Many original buildings have been moved from their original location to the meuseum grounds. The museum has pictures and location maps of the original condition and location of the building.

The paths are good for walking but are not designed for trolley and wheel chair.

We enjoyed the time we spent in the museum and only wish the had English signs and information boards. We had to rely heavily on the dictionary for translation.

5  Thank Meshal
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Reviewed July 15, 2014

the open air museum was very interesting place to visit. Especially recommended for families with children.
Recommended route is supposed to take 2.5 hours but if you want to visit all houses then more is required (probably 4 hours).
They provide maps but unfortunately the numbers mentioned in them do not match the numbers on the houses so it's a bit confusing.

If you have a guest card, you can have a discount in entrance (6.5 Euro instead of 7 Euro for adult)

3  Thank Yair K
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Reviewed April 19, 2014 via mobile

Only better to have English translation or audio guide. It will take 4/5 hours but you may have lunch there.mmmmmmmmmmm

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Reviewed March 25, 2014

We had such a fun time exploring this area with our three kids (aged 3, 6 and 7). My kids loved going into all of the homes and riffling through the people's stuff--which was totally allowable, it was a hands on museum. They learned quite a bit but loved the freedom of it all. The fish in the pond were also a big hit, as was the potter who was busy making some lovely vases that day. The pottery there was gorgeous and a very neat souvenir. We would definitely recommend. we ate lunch/dinner at the biergarten and the food was quite lovely, while the kids played on the playground! win-win!

3  Thank DCTravelers69
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