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How did South Tyrol’s farmers live?
A journey into the past at the Dietenheim Folklore Museum
The open-air South Tyrol Folklore Museum in Dietenheim near Bruneck is an absolute must-see from spring until autumn and provides you with interesting facts about the past.
It is probably no coincidence that the ADAC travel guide describes the South Tyrol Folklore Museum in Dietenheim as one of the most beautiful open-air museums in Europe. This museum is an absolute must if you are staying in this region. But don’t worry, it’s not one of those boring museums! Many interesting stories and fascinating insights into the past are waiting for you: old farmhouses, mills, workshops, gardens full of vegetables and medicinal herbs, a neat manor house with a carriage collection, outhouses, and many four-legged residents peacefully grazing on the meadows. The museum offers regular activity days where you can bake your own bread or where the locals show you old handicrafts. Moreover, this open-air museum hosts several play areas that guarantee plenty of variety. The South Tyrol Folklore Museum in Dietenheim shows that South Tyrol is a unique adventure world for an unforgettable holiday with children in the mountains.
Have fun at the museum!
The Preindl Family from Dolomit Family Resort Garberhof