Black Forest Open Air Museum
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Tips from locals
Schwarzwälder Freilichtmuseum Vogtsbauernhof (50 min) – extensive open-air museum: see how our great-grandparents lived 100 years ago in the Black Forrest. Also a very scenic train journey through the Black Forrest from Villingen to Gutach – Museum Vogtbauernhof.
Intresting outdoor museum with traditional black forest farms. Intresting for kids as well as adults. Perfect combination with toboggading in Gutach.
The Black Forest Open Air Museum in Gutach is the oldest museum in Baden-Württemberg.
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