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Guided Tours for School Classes, Children and Youth Groups  
 
General Guided Tour "A Journey to the Past"
During a round tour of the museum some buildings will be scrutinized by way of example. We investigate into how the way of living of our forefathers has changed in the past centuries. Reference to school curriculum: social studies, history, nature and technology
Grades: 1 to 9 of all types of schools
Duration: 1 hour
Fee: 40.00 € plus admission
Participants: not more than 25 children
 
Thematic Guided Tours
Duration: 1 hour
Fee: 40.00 € plus admission
Participants: not more than 25 children

In addition to a general introduction, the thematic guided tours provide you with more detailed insight into selected points of emphasis:
 
Clean!
A journey to the (un)hygienic conditions of the past around water supply, dung heap and outhouse.
 
House and Roof
A guided tour around the way of building in the past: Which materials were used, how are certain roofs designed and what is the difference between log construction and beam-and-column construction?
 
Gardens, Meadows and Fields
Lear nto know the historic cultivated landscape during a tour around the museum! A journey of discovery through gardens, fields, forests, meadows and alpine pastures.
 
Fire and Flame
This tour will show you the importance of a hearth fire, chips of pinewood and a kerosene lamp.
 
Everything around the Mill…
The valley of mills follows the motto: "Water as a Driving Force". Experience the different applications hydropower was used for in the whetstone mill, the flour mill and the hammer mill.
 
Rooms for Rent!
How did hosts and guests live together on the farms during the summer months?  This tour will show the development and the effects of tourism.
 
A Summer on the Alpine Farm
The section of alpine farms presents buildings from the Ammergau mountains to the Berchtesgadener Land.  Gain insight into the lives of dairymaids and keepers beyond the usual clichés and romantic connotations.
 
Life as a Small-Holder
For the inhabitants of small farms with little land and cattle, additional income, e.g. as carpenters, weavers or day laborers, was of vital significance – a time travel to the social history of Upper Bavaria.
 
Registration
Written enrolment, at least one week before the desired date, is requested.
The stored form is to be printed out, filled in and sent to us by mail or by fax.
Registration form  (pdf file)
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