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How did the people live in the Black Forest in the

days of yesteryear?

BLACK FOREST OPEN-AIR MUSEUM

Vogtsbauernhof

Turn back the pages of time and relive history as a first-hand experience.

Where the magnificently preserved Vogtsbauernhof farmstead once stood

alone in the open fields, it is now joined by numerous historical buildings

from various regions of the Black Forest to breathe life into times of long

ago. Six fully furnished farmhouses, the day labourer’s cottage and 15 outbuildings,

such as mills, sawmills, barns, stalls, a chapel, storehouses and a

granny house (Leibgedinghaus), invite you to take a stroll and discover the

multifaceted aspects of the Black Forest way of life.

Fascinating demonstrations and events will transport you back to bygone

centuries and will give you a graphic picture of the crafts, tools, customs,

traditions, work and lifestyle of former times.

Visit the dark rooms, soot-blackened kitchens, gardens and surroundings -

and the ancient customs and old-world traditions: the fabric of past life in

the Black Forest will unfold before your very eyes.

Daily events throughout the season make your visit to the museum an

unforgettable experience: whether you witness old crafts and mills in action,

or step into the footprints of our forefathers by taking part in one of

the many hands-on activities. In addition, there are many highlights ranging

from the special day for traditional costumes all the way to our “Schlachtfest”

(traditional end-of-season feast), plus every year a new special exhibition on

Black Forest cultural history. Look forward to a host of exciting events!

Turning learning into fun: living history.

Our educational tours for groups, school children and pre-school children,

accompanied by an experienced guide, will take you on a fascinating journey

through the history of the Black Forest. The choice is yours: a guided tour

on a selected theme – or a tour of your own supplemented by stimulating

hands-on activities.

Feel free to ask for our leaflet on guided tours and events. All our leaflets

are available to download on www.vogtsbauernhof.de.

Phone 0049 (0) 7831 / 93 56 - 0 or info@vogtsbauernhof.de

Visit www.vogtsbauernhof.de and find all we have to offer –

from guided tours to private celebrations. We look forward to

seeing you!

Getting here by car and bus

The museum is situated on the B33.

From A5, exit Offenburg, direction Villingen-Schwenningen B33.

From the A81, exit Rottweil, direction Offenburg B462/B294.

From Freiburg, direction Waldkirch/Elzach/Gutach (Schwarzwaldbahn)

B294/B33.

Plenty of parking spaces for cars and buses.

Navigation: 77793 Gutach, Wählerbrücke

Coordinates: 48.270012, 8.201101 (length, width)

Getting here by train

Now the train stops right outside our doors!

The Open-Air Museum Vogtsbauernhof has its own halt right in front of

the entrance hall. The train will stop at “Gutach Freilichtmuseum” once

every hour. For further information go to www.vogtsbauernhof.de.

Guided tours

Guided tours booked in advance. For further information on our

programmes in English and other foreign languages go to

www.vogtsbauernhof.de.

Museum restaurant

and shop

» Museum restaurant Strasbourg

”Zum Hofengel“

» Kiosk in the playground area

» Museum shop with

literature and souvenirs

F

TRAIN STOP

IN FRONT OF

THE MUSEUM

A5

▲ KARLSRUHE

B3

▼ Basel

B33

B294

Hausach Wolfach

Lahr Haslach

Schiltach

Gutach B462

(Schwarzwaldbahn)

D

Freiburg

Offenburg

Emmendingen

B294

Waldkirch

Furtwangen

B33

Triberg

Freudenstadt

Schramberg

Hornberg

Villingen -

Schwenningen

▼ SINGEN

STUTTGART ▲

Horb

A81

Rottweil

Trossingen

Museum hours

End of March till beginning of November daily 9.00 am to 6.00 pm

(last admission 5.00 pm), in August 9.00 am to 7.00 pm (last admission 6.00 pm)

Schwarzwälder Freilichtmuseum Vogtsbauernhof

77793 Gutach (Schwarzwaldbahn)

Telefon: 0049 (0) 7831 / 93 56 0 · Fax: 0049 (0) 7831 / 93 56 29

Email: info@vogtsbauernhof.de

cover picture: Klaus Hohnwald. Photos inside: Hans-Jörg Haas, Karl Schlessmann & Freilichtmuseum Vogtsbauernhof

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Heritage

TRAIN STOP

IN FRONT OF

THE MUSEUM

Information & Map of Museum

www.vogtsbauernhof.de


Relive the past with all your senses and take

home thousands of new impressions.

You are welcome

to use our audio

guide.

Available in the

Museum shop.

Watch out kids!

Wherever Sam appears with

his lamb, there will be something

for you to discover or

do.

Daily Events

~ Free guided tours for the public (in German):

Daily at 2.30 pm, in August also at 11.30 am.

~ Mill demonstration: Daily at 11.15 am, 12.15 am and 2.15 pm.

~ Demonstration of Black Forest cooking in the Falkenhof: Daily

from 11.00 am – 2.30 pm, from mid-May till mid-September.

~ Daily craftsmen demonstrations: Museum visitors are invited

to witness traditional crafts. Every day from May to September

from 11.00 am – 5.00 pm.

~ Museum workshop for families:

In the Hotzenwaldhaus, under expert guidance, the museum guests can make

various items and objects, from cuckoo pipes and water wheels to lanterns,

there‘s a wide range to choose from! Open daily from 11.00 am – 4.00 pm.

Smoking is prohibited throughout the museum! You will find

an ashtray at the kiosk.

Private photographers are welcome. Please register if you wish to take photos

for commercial purposes as the approval of the museum management is

required.

01 Hippenseppenhof built in 1599

Furtwangen-Katzensteig, 920 m ASL

clocks and traditional costumes in the Black Forest /

Black Forest cabinet / child herders

02 Farm chapel built in 1736

03 Storehouse of the upper Black Forest

built around 1590

04 Day labourer’s cottage built in 1819

Oberprechtal, 550 m ASL

How the house was moved to the museum: documentation

of “building relocation in semi-assembled state”

05 Schauinslandhaus built in 1730

Schauinsland, 1100 m ASL

Schnefler craft (Woodworker, folklore and tradition)

06 Falkenhof built in 1737

Dreisamtal, 530 m ASL

dairy and livestock farming in the Black Forest /

historical and modern light sources, a comparison /

childhood in the Black Forest

07 Hotzenwaldhaus built in 1756

Hotzenwald, 920 m ASL

textile handicraft in the Black Forest / museum

workshop for families and children / children’s

memorabilia loft

08 Vogtsbauernhof built in 1612

Original site, Gutach valley, 260 m ASL

Störhandwerk (typical work carried out

by travelling craftsmen)

09 Gutach valley storehouse

built around 1606/1626

10 Hermann Schilli House Repository

11 Bakery and distillery built around 1870

12 Knock-and-drop sawmill built in 1673

13 Farm mill built in 1609

14 Kinzig valley storehouse

built in 1601/1746

15 Lorenzenhof built in 1608

Oberwolfach, Kinzig valley, 350 m ASL

Exhibition on various aspects of the forest

with maze for kids

16 Kinzig valley bakehouse

17 Crank saw built in 1826

NEW

Audio point

18 Hemp press

19 Granny house built in 1652

cartwright shop

20 Forge, oil mill

21 Boundary stone

Wuerttemberg-Fuerstenberg

22 Boundary stone

Wuerttemberg-Falkenstein

23 Boundary stone of the

monastery of St. Georgen

R Reception Building

SR Seminar Room

M Museum shop

Ë First aid

C Catering

K Kiosk, picnic area

A Adventure playground

HG Herb garden

MP Meeting point for guided tours

A Apiary

S Shrine

B Baehofen

(oven for withes used in raft building)

RA Rest area

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