Building / plot situation
The exhibition is located in a room in the east wing of the former Trebendorf manor house. The presentation in the form of a display collection with approaches to small-scale productions of rural life (kitchen, children's everyday life) is supplemented by picture and text panels.
The memorial to the former estate-owning family Genuar von Natzmer is located in the adjacent castle park. A cycle path leads through the park to the neighbouring manor house in Gahry.
The local collection of peasant household goods and agricultural implements has been built up since 2000. Original photos and documents from the Trebendorf manor are particularly noteworthy. The exhibition is intended to provide a glimpse into the history of the village, especially into the working and living environment of the peasant classes, but also into approaches to manorial rule as well as the traditions of the local associations. Work on the Trebedorf village chronicle has been ongoing for several years.
Offers for children - With Kobi to the museum
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.
Local history and manor
Since 2000, a local collection of peasant household goods and agricultural implements has been set up in the former Trebendorf manor house. The exhibition is intended to provide an insight into the history of the village, especially into the working and living environment of the farming classes. Of particular historical value are original photographs and documents of the Trebendorf manor.
Due to renovation work on the Trebendorf manor house, the Heimatstube is currently closed. A visit to the exhibition is expected to be possible again this year.
The offer takes place indoors and is aimed at
Pupils from grades 1 to 10.
Dates: by arrangement