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In the „Dithmarscher Bauernhaus“ (Dithmarschen farmhouse) the visitor can experience how a farmer’s family lived together under one roof with its animals around 1850. The house itself is about 250 years old. Some of the furniture in it is even older. In the “Landwirtschaftsmuseum” (farming museum) next to it, the great changes of the past 100 years become extremely obvious: The substitution of horsepower with steam engines and tractors, new tools and large machines like e.g. the combine harvester. Furthermore an insight is offered into the changes in living and housekeeping (cooking, washing, shopping).
Admission regular: 4,- €
Families: 14,- €
Children under 6: free
People with disabilities: free
Additional fees apply for the loan of model vehicles at Hof Mohr.
Information on the events and holiday programme at www.landwirtschaftsmuseum.sh, Guided tours and offers for groups and schools on request
Information: museum leaflet on the „Dithmarscher Landesmuseum“, the „Landwirtschaftsmuseum Meldorf“ and the „Dithmarscher Bauernhaus“
Responsible body of the museum is the „Verein zur Beschäftigung Jugendlicher und Behinderter e.V.” (registered association for the employment of adolescents and disabled persons)
Arriving by car
Parking facilities at the museum, on the market place, Motorway A 23: Itzehoe – Heide to the junction Heide-Süd, from there via the federal road B 5 to Meldorf
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of the type: Agriculture/Agricultural technology
of the region: Dithmarschen