Bauernmuseum in Lammersdorf

Bauernmuseum in Lammersdorf

Simmerath

The charming farmer's museum was set up in 1984 by the Association for Local History and Village Culture Lammersdorf e.V. as an extracurricular educational facility and is still present in the form of the museum today.

At that time, in less than a year, an exhibition area with approx. 2000 exhibits was built in an old, vacant farmhouse, which can be described as the local museum of the “Monschauer Land”. The visitor gains an insight into the life of the Eifel population at the turn of the century.

The exhibits testify to the harmonious but also arduous way of life of the Eifel ancestors.

The museum gives visitors the impression that the residents are not in the house at the moment, as a result of the special feature that there are no barriers or showcases in the exhibition.

In the spacious outdoor area, the restored large appliances can be admired and the pretty herb garden rounds off the cozy ambience.

Entry to the museum is free.

Note on barrier-free access

As the farm museum is an old house, it is unfortunately not barrier-free and is only accessible to a limited extent for people with reduced mobility and wheelchair users!

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Opening hours

  • Vom May 1st bis October 31st
    Sunday
    11:00 - 18:00 Uhr

The farmer's museum opens from 01.05. until 31.10. every first and third Sunday of the month from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. (last entry is at 5 p.m.).

Place

Simmerath

Contact

Bauernmuseum Lammersdorf
Bahnhofstraße 3
52152 Simmerath-Lammersdorf
Phone: (0049) 2473-8078

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