Plan your visit
Bahnhofstr. 19, 97650 Fladungen
Phone: +49 9778 9123-0
|Adults € 6.00
Concessions* € 4.00
|Families € 12.00
Discounted family day ticket € 10.00
|Groups (of 15 or more people) € 5.00
|Free admission for children under 6 years.|
|Upon presenting a same-day Museum Railway ticket full price paying adults will be granted a discount of € 1.00.|
|*All discounted rates require proof of eligibility.|
To round off your museum visit stop by our Museum Shop in the entrance building. There you will find a great variety of souvenirs to take home for your loved ones and for yourself, including fruit brandies and beer produced in the museum and seasonal fruit and vegetables from our museum gardens. If you are looking for a more permanent memory of your visit, you are welcome to browse our large selection of books, try out our various toys or get a piece of pottery to take home.
Museum Restaurant “Zum Schwarzen Adler“
Take a break at the historical village inn next to the museum entrance, accessible also from outside the museum. While enjoying the traditional atmosphere in the art-nouveau-style dancing hall, the rustic dining rooms or the relaxing beer garden, you will be served typical Franconian food and drinks.
The Farm Shop is the ideal place for local grocery shopping, catering for all tastes. Located just outside the museum it offers a unique selection of fresh local products from an association of farmers from the Rhön.
All the footpaths in the museum are mostly flat and wheelchair-accessible. Given the beautiful surrounding featuring historical buildings and animals grazing on the open meadows, the museum area itself is already a perfect place for recreation. Due to their historic nature, most of the buildings can only be accessed overcoming stairs or thresholds and space inside is limited. Individual buildings, however, such as the Cooper’s Workshop and the Community Brewery, are accessible by wheelchair. While we continue working on making the entire museum fully accessible to all visitors, tactile graphics and models for the visually impaired have already been installed in the Cooper’s Workshop.