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Museum Binsfeld Garten Herberge Spielplatz Übernachtungen


For over 40 years, our non-profit organization has been collecting remains of the past to create our museum.

Our passion is our history!

In the beginning of the 80’s, local farms began to be restored. At that time, the members of the association began to collect a certain number of objects that were worth preserving. And so, the idea of creating a place to show these treasures and to explain to future generations how people lived and worked, came to light.

Looking for a suitable building, the organization bought the house called "A Schiewesch" in 1983. According to historical texts, this old sheepfold was built in 1600, was enlarged in 1725 with a house and with stables in 1950.


The association worked hard to renovate the house and in 1988, the museum could finally open. In 1990, the association was able to buy the "Glesener" house, perpendicular to the "Schieweschhaus", a former agricultural estate. The vaulted cellar and the ground floor are now connected to the existing museum. On May 26 1996, the inauguration of the expanded museum took place.

Complete renovation:

In 2015, the museum was completely modernized. The lobby has become now the "street of the region", which takes you to 20 rooms, showing different scenes of rural life.

More than 50 different themes are illustrated with realistic settings, photos and explanatory panels.

Museum Binsfeld Ausstellung Sehenswürdigkeiten Umbau Eifel Geschichte Landmuseum


We are open for groups all year, on demand.

The museum tour takes about two hours and upon request, your group can be accompanied by a local guide who will be able to tell some old stories and anecdotes that can’t be found elsewhere.

Also, we can organize different activities such as cooking workshops, walks and local trips.

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