Our museum offers you
- 4000 m2 of folklore exhibitions ranging from wine-growing to dentistry in our historical exhibition building and, as from the autumn of 2006, in the newly built museum of forestry and wood,
- a tin figure and toy museum,
- 22 ha of open grounds with the Hunsrück village, a Moselle village that is currently being reconstructed, a rose garden, several country gardens,,
- a restaurant with beer garden and large nature-oriented children's playground,
- activity days, special exhibitions, our legendary Christmas market on 2 weekends in Advent and
- guided tours, projects for museum visitors both young and old, children's birthday parties, etc. Führungen, Projekte für große und kleine Museumsbesucher, Kindergeburtstage, etc.
Volkskunde- und Freilichtmuseum Roscheider Hof
Latitude: N 49.704333432845296
Longitude: E 006.597397327423096
How to get hereBy car, by mobile home or by coach:
The museum is situated on a hill north-east of the town center. After entering Konz, please follow the signs that direct you to the museum. There is a large carpark with extra parking space for buses directly in front of the museum entrance.By public transport:
There are several railway stations in Konz. If you want to go right to the museum by public transport. For train and bus schedules we recommend the use of the online information system on www.vrt-info.de/en/index.php or Verkehrsverbund Region Trier. Please enter Konz, Freilichtmuseum as your destination. This connection runs Monday to Friday only.Every day it is also possible to walk to the museum in about 30-45 minutes. We recommend that in this case you get off the train at the station Konz Karthaus. Please enter Konz Karthaus as your destination.The museum is about 1,6 km from the station and there is a height difference of approximately 80 metres.
On leaving the station at „Konz Karthaus“ you turn right and follow the street uphill over a bridge that crosses the railway lines. After the bridge turn right and carry on for a few metres. On the opposite side of the road a sign leads you into small street that continues uphill and takes you to the museum.
Alternatively, after getting off the train at the station „Konz“, when coming out of the station building you turn right and walk along the „Bahnhofstrasse“ towards a bridge, which crosses the street you are on and the railway lines to your right. Cross the street and walk uphill to cross the bridge. You reach the roundabout at the „REWE“ supermarket. Walk three quarters around, then continue along the street „Michael-Scherer-Str.“ (the railway lines are now to your left on the other side of the street) until the next roundabout, where you turn right into „Roscheider Str.“ and follow this street uphill to the museum. By bicycle:
The museum can be reached by bicycle on small roads without much motorized traffic through the former vineyards. This route is not signposted very well, however. If you are travelling by bicycle, please go uphill to Roscheid and continue either along the main street or follow the paved footpath along the ridge until you reach the museum fence, where another footpath takes you a few more metres uphill to the museum entrance.
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The currently unfortunately closed museum restaurant will be reopened on 1 March 2020 under the name Wirtshaus Roscheider Hof. Further information can be found at http://www.wirtshaus-roscheiderhof.de and on Facebook at Facebookpage of the restaurant
Tuesday - Friday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.,
nov.-march 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and public olidays 10 a.m. -6 p.m.,
nov.-march 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed on Mondays - Exceptions: On Mondays open on public holidays, during the Easter and Whitsun holidays, as well as in July and August
Last admission 1 hour 30 minutes before closing.
Closed at Christmas/New Year: 16th december 2019 - 31th january 2020. Closed at Shrove Tuesday
In the event of snow and ice the grounds will be closed.
The museum restaurant is currently closed and will be reopened on 1st of March 2020.
|Students Children from age 14, unemployed, disabled (pass required):||6,00 €|
|Children 0 to 6||free|
|Children 6 to 14||3,00 €|
|Groups minimum 16 people, per person||6,00 €|
|Guided tours in German||30,00 €|
|Guided tours in English, French and Dutch||35,00 €|
No more admission charges!
Join our parent association!
For just 12.00 € a year you can have unlimited free admission to the museum. Download membership form (in German).
... last for about an hour. Groups are best restricted to 20 people so that everyone can understand. The museum needs 10 days to make necessary plans and preparations and kindly requests you to register in good time: Registration: use the registration form, send an email or fax, or phone us.
Send an email or fax, or phone us.
Prices: tour Euro 35.00, plus entrance fee
We offer a whole range of projects in German for groups, nursery schools and school classes. More details can be found on the German pages of our web site.