Village museum with content-related inclusion of neighbouring communities
Building / plot situation
Occasionally, events such as lectures and discussions are on the programme.
Larger actions are organised for the revived "Village Festival - Sacro".
Kobi - the little house ghost - is at home in the museum. He lives there in a slipper under the stove. At midnight, he eavesdrops on the old museum pieces when they tell stories about the past. He tells these exciting stories to the museum staff, who then pass them on to the children - stories from the old, old days.
On the trail of Sorbian/Wendish customs
The village museum has brought together evidence of everyday life that documents the village way of life in the communities north of Forst and east of the Neisse River. The folkloristic collection is particularly relevant to Sorbian/Wendish history. A collection of original historical photographs from the surrounding villages is also interesting. On the upper floor of the museum, which is a half-timbered building, you can see a bedroom from 1900 as well as festive costumes worn by men and women from 1805. A tour of the upper floor, where exercise books from 1805, books from 1850 and a historical school blackboard are on display, provides insights into the Prussian primary schools.
The offer takes place indoors and is aimed at schoolchildren.
of classes 1 to 10.
Dates: by arrangement
Pre-registration: at least 2 weeks in advance