The building which was constructed in 1813 displays the way a farmhouse of the 'Calwer Wald' (name of the woodlands West of Calw, near the village of Altburg) with living area, stable and barn was furnished at the turn of the century. The rustic sleeping room with its four-poster bed, the living-room with its cast-iron stove, the kitchen furnished with loving care, the cowshed, a loom and the distillery offer an insight into the life and work of the 19th century which is definitely worth seeing. A variety of implements, tools and utensils required for household and field work complete the historic image of house and its inhabitants.
Altburg, Theodor-Dierlamm-Str. 16
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Guided tours of the building from April – October.
each first Sunday a month 2:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m.
On public holidays, the museum is closed.
Special tours for groups or tours outside opening hours may be booked by contacting the 'Ortsverwaltung' (Local Authorities) of Altburg.
Adults: € 2.00
Groups (15 persons and more) € 1.50
Children and juveniles: free admission