Nadja Meister

Welcome to the Weinviertler village in the old days. The authentic historical architecture, the authentic and colorful variety of plants as well as the animals on the farm convey everyday life in a typical Weinviertel village around 1900 on an area of 22 hectares.

Village architecture

The Museumsdorf Niedersulz lets the visitors dive into a typical Weinviertel village along a stream. The center is the village square with residential and farm buildings, workshops of craftsmen and the village square with the stately hunter's house (in operation as a museum inn), the Poysdorf inn with grocery from Jedenspeigen, a vicarage, farm buildings and also a chapel of the Virgin Mary.

Other village elements such as the farm mill from Walterskirchen, a back alley and the cellar lane with press houses complete the village structure.
In Schmalzberg, at the top of which stands the entrance building opened in 2012, the Gaiselberg elementary school with an attached teacher's flat and a large school garden as well as the "Living Farm" with various livestock breeds are attractions for young and old.


© Nadja Meister


© Nadja Meister

Village green space

The village is complemented by the village green space. Particularly popular are the house gardens, which are planted several times a season either as lush flowering front gardens or as kitchen gardens with herbs and vegetables according to historical sources.

The plants for this are preferred biologically by the garden team of the Museumsdorf in their own nursery, the gardens are also kept purely biologically.
The Museumsdorf Niedersulz has been one of the show gardens of "Nature in the Garden" since 2002 and has already been awarded the quality seal "Golden Hedgehog" several times for the observance of all nature in the garden criteria.
On the other hand, around 340 different historical, regional fruit tree varieties and other vegetable rarities grow on the grounds of the Museumsdorf. In the Museumsdorf, importance is also attached to the natural protective functions of forests and hedges for birds and insects.



© Museumsdorf Niedersulz


© Museumsdorf Niedersulz

Living farm

Goats, pigs, rabbits and poultry, everything that belongs to a real homestead can be found on the "Living farm".
A brick pigeon shed with integrated toilet adorns the dung heap, a half wooden, half brick "pedestal" closes the courtyard.

The enclosures of the farm allow visitors to get in touch with many small animals up close - if desired. The goats' gates and the direct farm area with chickens, ducks and turkeys can thus be entered.

Retreat areas allow the animals to retreat to the rest areas if necessary. Those who do not want to enter the enclosures can take the alternative path around the farm.


© Dietmar Bodensteiner


© Roman Jandl

My Visit

0 Entries Entry

Suggested visit time:

Send List