The Odenwälder Freilandmuseum is an outdoor exhibition which tells the story of how people lived in by gone times in this part of Germany, located at the meeting point of Baden-Wuerttemberg, Bavaria and Hesse. It is an upland region with a climate that is more difficult than that in the lower lying regions around it and the soil is poor meaning that a large part of the population emigrated to the US in the nineteenth century. The museum has sixteen houses with period furnishings which were originally built from the 17th to the 20th centuries.
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Weiherstraße 12, 74731 Walldürn-Gottersdorf, 74731 Walldürn