Experience the bourgeois domestic culture and agriculture of the 19th century in the Lindwurm Museum.Here you will gain a lively insight of the way of life of the once leading upper-class.Before entering, you can admire the palace facade - the only remaining one today in Stein am Rhein. In the humble interior the house reveals a fully furnished simple, traditional flat from around the middle of the 19th century. Through the cobbled courtyard you will reach the rear building with its timber-framed building dating back to 1712 including stabling, barn floor and carriage house. On the upper floor there is a simple servants' room as well as the former summer residence, which is now used for different exhibitions.The name refers to the dragon in the city arms. House dated 1279 according to annual growth ring of the timber work. 1819/20 reconstructed into the town palace, 1948 to elegant townhouse. Only undisturbed empire facade of the town. Since 1993 museum for bourgeois domestic culture.Guided toursAdvance reservation for guided group tours in German, English and French CHF 80.00. Educational museum programme to be discussed.
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