Museumsdorf Niedersulz is an open-air museum in Austria that displays traditional buildings and architecture from the Weinviertel. It is located in the village of Sulz im Weinviertel, about 45 km north of Vienna in the province of Lower Austria. The Museumsdorf Niedersulz has over 80 original buildings and structures that have been transported from their original sites.Make Museumsdorf Niedersulz a part of your Niedersulz vacation plans using our Niedersulz online itinerary planner.
The Village-Museum of Niedersulz is the largest open-air museum in Lower Austria and was founded in 1979. It consists of 80 historical buildings. Taken from around the region, these were torn down and rebuilt here from their original parts.
The Village-Museum is laid out in the form of a row-village. This is a traditional form of settlement set along a stream going back to the year 1000 AD. The houses along Village Street (Dorfstraße) are rectangular in shape. They consist of a housing unit, a stable, an oblong shed and an out-building which also delineates the back side of the piece of property.
In addition to the main attraction of the buildings themselves some of the crafting buildings operate on weekends to give demonstrations of traditional rural crafts and techniques. In on the building complexes there are also farmyard animals.
Streckhof: The Streckhof type is the original form of house. The gabled side of the house faces the street. The rooms are laid out next to each other under one roof and each can be entered from the outside of the building.Zwerchhof: The Zwerchhof type of house included a larger Streckhof-type structure with an adjacent row of stalls for livestock, each stall facing out onto a covered walkway. This is how the L-shaped floor plan developed.Doppelhakenhof: The Doppelhakenhof type of house is a further development from the Zwerchhof. A large shed is attached to the row of stalls, creating a U-shaped floor plan.Kleinhäuslerhaus : This house is significantly younger than the classic styles of houses. It was the home of lower levels of society and often consisted of only one structure. It looked like the main part of a farmhouse.
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The museum village Niedersulz in Niedersulz is very easy to reach by car, many signs show the right way. A huge parking lot for cars and buses is available. A very attractive, modern building acts as.... more »
We have visited the open air museum in Niedersulz three times now. It isn't huge, but we always enjoy it. The exhibitions are good (our kids especially like the school) and it is never crowded. The... more »
This is one of the most gorgeous and charming museums! It shows very lively and authentically the history of the region. More than that, restaurants, small wineries and merchants offer their products and services - there is always something going on. A must if you are around.
Discover living in a Village at 1900 in lower Austria. Farmer Houses, live crafting, animals, gardens and much more for a nice day trip. You can walk in a lot buildings inside (school, shop, winery). Please wear comfortable shoes and clothes.
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