The museum has an excellent collection of SS and other Nazi memorabilia with some English translations though it was frustrating (if understandable) that a major, possible temporary exhibition that detailed the lives of many Germans during the war, was only in German, with too much text for my basic German skills to cope with! The village is worth a visit as is the museum and castle. Don't miss the local restaurant Ottens Hof, which is on the museum map as location number 3, given that it was the village community house during the Nazi era and while being a fully functioning (pretty good) restaurant, still has three of the original SS pews complete with Nazi engravings.
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