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We visited on a damp Saturday - the small town was very closed for the day - no shops or cafe's open. The Tourist office was, but minimal info in English and the kind lady there spoke none. We wandered around the Castle - free...More
There were many displays of various works. However we don't know much German and unlike many places, there was no way to get anything in English so that was disappointing. I did enjoy all the pictures and displayed items though. It was amazing... not many...More
This museum is the house where the brothers Grimm spent five years of their childhood. The museum is divided in two areas: the ground floor is dedicated to life and the first floor to the fairy tales. I learnt a lot, especially regarding the other...More
It's a nicely complex exhibition about the Grimm Brothers, with quite some interactive sections; for example, visitors can listen into various Grimm fairy tales with the headset funnily embedded in a textile crown, implying that the visitor is the Frog Prince. The exhibition is very...More