Do dogs have access to the Museumsdorf?
Dogs are welcome in the Museumsdorf at any time, but they must be kept on a leash. The enclosures at the "Living Farm" can only be visited from the outside with dogs due to free-range animals.

When is the Card for Lower Austria valid?
The Card for Lower Austria entitles to a one-time free visit during the regular opening hours.
For groups (group size from 20 persons) the Card for Lower Austria is not valid.

Can I visit the village inn without paying an admission?
The Village inn is part of the Museumsdorf and cannot be visited without an entrance ticket.

Is it possible to ride skateboards, scooters or the like in the Museumsdorf?
No. The graveled paths in the Museumsdorf are not suitable due to the associated danger of falling.

How much time should I plan for a visit to the Museumsdorf?
The grounds of the Museumsdorf are very spacious. It should take about 2 hours to visit all walk-in houses and gardens. However, the extensive offers make it possible to spend the whole day in the museum village.

Do I have to register in advance for guided tours?
If you would like to take part in a guided tour, you do not need to register in advance. You can find information on this under "Your visit". If you are interested in an individual tour, please contact us in advance at 02534 33312.

Is it possible to rent one of the houses in the Museumsdorf?
No. The houses are museum objects, which reflect the scientific contents of the enterprise, and can therefore not be rented. However, it is possible to rent one of the courtyards for an event.

Do the animals stay at the "Living Farm" also during the winter in the Museumsdorf?
Yes. Our animals are also cared for extensively by our farm team during the whole winter.

How many houses are there in the Museumsdorf?
Meanwhile, there are about 80 buildings such as farms, craftsmen's houses, chapels, barns, press houses, an inn and a school.

Since when does the Museumsdorf exist?
The foundation stone for the Museumsdorf was laid in 1979 by Prof. Josef Geissler. Since then, the company has developed into a central institution of the Lower Austrian museum landscape.

Are there plants to buy in the Museumsdorf?
No. The Museumsdorf does not sell plants. But various old fruits and vegetables, which are cultivated by the gardening team, can be purchased at the annual plant market. Further information can be found under "Program".

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