On nearly 150 acres and in over 100 historical buildings the Hessenpark Open-Air Museum offers you a unique opportunity to experience at close quarters how people lived and worked in day gone by.
Delve into a fascinating world of more than 400 years of rural life in Hesse. This includes originally furnished houses, permanent exhibitions - e.g. about tower clocks, a historical post office and glass melting - as well as historical craft and farming technique presentations and a great variety of events. On nearly 150 acres and in over 100 historical buildings, the Hessenpark Open-Air Museum offers a unique opportunity to experience at close quarters how people lived and worked in the past. In addition to an unparalleled collection of Hessian timber-framed architecture, the Hessenpark Open-Air Museum presents immediate insights into everyday rural culture in Hesse. History is brought to life in this living museum. Situated amidst the idyllic Taunus hills, the Rhine-Main regions´ popular nature and recreation area, the Hessenpark is an ideal destination for family excursions.