Skip to main content

Museum Flederwisch (Adventure Workshop Flederwisch)

no information available
Opening Times
Open today 10:00-17:00
Am Lagerplatz 5
93437 Furth im Wald

The Museum Flederwisch (Museum batwish) has set up its adventure workshop in an industrial building built around 1900, whose transmission workshop, printing press and forge have been left in their original condition. Here, visitors can become active themselves, and so a visit to the museum becomes a journey back in time, leading to the beginnings of industrialisation in a mystical, mysterious and humorous way.

Last edited on 14.02.2024

Additional information

You Might Also Be Interested in

  • Museum / Exhibition Centre: Heimatmuseum Obernburg (Museum of local history Obernburg)

    The local history collection presents agricultural and handicraft tools, a tailor's and a shoemaker's workshop as well as evidence of the local iron ore and basalt mine, household utensils and photos...

    Location: Obernburg

  • Museum / Exhibition Centre: Vogteimuseum mit Blumenauer Heimatstube (Bailiwick museum with Blumenau local history room)

    The bailiwick museum provides information on the local history of Aurach with the former bailiwick of Wahrberg Castle and the Eichstätt Collegiate. You can also see traditional costumes, objects of...

    Location: Aurach

  • Museum / Exhibition Centre: Mühlenmuseum Katzbrui (Katzbrui Mill Museum)

    The mill in Katzbrui is a special gem: built in 1661 and hardly changed in its structure since then, the wooden building is the last of its kind in the Bavarian Alpine foothills. The mill equipment is...

    Location: Apfeltrach

  • Museum / Exhibition Centre: Hammerschmiede Breitenberg (Breitenberg hammer mill)

    Tools have been made in the Breitenberg hammer mill (Hammerschmiede Breitenberg) since 1768. Today, the elaborately restored forge with its water wheel, heavy double hammer and largely preserved...

    Location: Breitenberg

  • Museum / Exhibition Centre: Bauernhofmuseum (Farm Museum)

    In two purpose-built buildings of the private collector Johann Schreiner, a comprehensive collection of agricultural implements and machines from different eras, but also household goods and workshop...

    Location: Buchhofen

  • Museum / Exhibition Centre: Webereimuseum (Weaving Museum)

    "If you want to live, you have to weave" was once said here - and so everything in and around the Lepoldenhaus revolves around this trade, which is so important for the Lower Bavarian Forest. In the...

    Location: Breitenberg