The Black Forest open air museum has original buildings arranged on a large plot of land. These historical structures include homes, barns, churches, saw mills, and gardens. It is educational and fun. Signage is in English. We skipped the audio guides and wandered around the complex. Buildings range in age from those constructed in the late 1500s to early 1800's. It is a well done assemblage of what life was like in the Black Forest, and kudos to those who developed this museum in order to preserve an important part of life from this community.
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