While I sat having lunch at the postwagen opposite, I decided to take a look inside. The museum boasted an example of decor from 18th and 19th Century which sounded interesting.
The staff were welcoming and took my shopping bag. The entrance fee was €6. I was given a guide in English. I was free to roam and move through the house. Each room had translations in German, Dutch, French and English. The smaller item displays were in German only.
The rooms were very well dressed and there was a lot to see. My favourite rooms were the pharmacy, Kitchen and tiled room in the basement.
There was a lovely covered courtyard and tea, coffee making facilities and a toilet.
It was overall a good experience and a lovely find. The only downside is that the smaller items in cases were in German only. There were a lot of stairs but I wasn't aware of a lift so this would make accessibility for all difficult.
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