Kobern-Gondorf: Winemuseum
(Region 1)

The winemuseum Gondorf is founded in 2007 and 2008 on the ground floor of the historical watercastle „von der Leyen“ in the centre of Gondorf.

Open from April till October
every Saturday between 11.00 and 14.00 o'clock
and Sundays between 14.00 and 16.00 o'clock.


Traben-Trarbach - Buddha Museum
(Region 2)

On the ground floor of a historical building in Jugendstil in the city of Traben-Trarbach, along the shore of the Mosel canal, you will find in a former wine cellar since December 2009 over 1.800 Buddha’s, including relatives like Arhats and Bodhisattvas. (Arhat is a disciple of a Buddha, Bodhisattva relates to a creature (sattva) that seeks enlightenment (bodhi)).

Open: (from March 1.)
Tuesdays till Sundays 10.00 - 18.00 h.
Closed on Mondays
Entrance fee 15,= p.p.

Every Sunday there is a guided tour at 14:30 h. by a scientific employee, Mr. Rettig, of about 2 till 2,5 hours along the complete collection.
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Traben-Trarbach: a bicycle museum (Region 2)

Thousands of tourists explore the Mosel region by bike. This is the reason for this new museum. About 20 different kinds of bikes are to be seen. Like a “Velociped” from 1868, which was the first vehicle which was driven by a pedal up till the most ultramodern type of bicycles from this century. You can also see a "working" bicycle, which was still used in the 60-ies. Only the saddle weights more than the complete ultramodern bikes from this age made of carbon. Another theme that has got their attention: Women and bicycles.

Daily (except on Mondays) from 10.00 till 17.00 o'clock in the months April till October.

Fahrradmuseum: Moselstr.2 Traben-Trarbach
(next to the Mittel-Mosel-museum and the House of Icons)


Bell-foundry Brockscheid in the Eifel

Today volcanic fire only glows in our bell-foundry, where the bronze in a melting-furnace comes to boil.
During the guided tour the visitor is explained which activities are necessary to manufacture bells.

You can visit us every day.
Monday till Saturday at 10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 14.00, 15.00 en 16.00 o'clock
Eifeler Glockengießerei
Glockenstraße 51, Brockscheid
Tel.: +49 6573 / 99 0 33 - 0
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Winemuseum Schlagkamp-Desoye – Senheim (Region 2)

The winemuseum with more than 10.000 objects contains one of the largest collections with equipment for wine making. Our Dieter Schlagkamp Sr. has collected all these items in more than 40 years. The museum is divided in 3 segments. The Veranstaltungsroom, the old Kelterhouse that is situated directly behind the Veranstaltungsroom and the 1000m² large VinArena. The winemuseum is open for visitors daily between Easter and November 1. between 10.00 and 16.00 o'clock.
Zeller Straße 11. +49 2673/4381
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Toymuseum – Trier (Region 3)

We will show you different kind of toys from former years, in the centre of Trier divided over 2 storeys: tin toys, railway tracks, dolls, shops, teddy bears, steam-engines, rocking horses and many other nice surprises.
In the comfortable atmosphere of our museum, the toys will tell stories of the last 100 years. Let your memories run free und spent some nice hours in our museum.
Spielzeugmuseum Trier, Hauptmarkt 14,
Tel.: +49 651 / 7 58 50
Open: daily 11.00-18.00 o'clock
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Dolls and toy museum - Kröv (Region 2)

Merowingerstrasse 33, Tel. +49 65 41 - 96 80

Winemuseum - Reil (Region 2)

The museum is situated in the early cellars of a Weingut of the 19th century. Here you will find collectors items about wine and wine making. The objects will give you an impression of the history and long tradition of wine making along the Mosel and the live of a wine farmer.
Opened daily, entrance for free.
Weingut Familie Dr. Schnabel, Dorfstraße 10,
Tel. +49 65 42 - 22 0 83
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Toymuseum – Traben-Trarbach (Region 2)

"Anno Dazumal", Grabenstrasse, Tel. +49 65 41 - 16 41

Ikonencenter – Traben-Trarbach, Citypart Kautenbach (Region 2)

Alexej Saweljew, Graacher Strasse, Tel. +49 65 41 - 99 63

Mittelmosel-Museum – Traben-Trarbach (Region 2)

Moselstr./Enkircher Strasse,Tel. +49 65 41 - 94 80


Vinorellum – Traben-Trarbach (Region 2)

Am Bahnhof 14 A, Tel. +49 65 41 - 63 06
The our historical winecellar,
that we have transferred into a museum and opened for guests.
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Mustardmill - Cochem (Region 2)

Let us guide you through the almost 200 year old mill by our miller Wolfgang Steffens. You will learn how the mustard is made after recipe from the past combined qith our own recipe.
Tastery for free.
Always open from Monday till Sunday!
Guided tours at 11:00, 14:00, 15:00, 16:00 o'clock


Historical Senfmühle W. Steffens GmbH

Stadionstrasse 1, Cochem, Tel: +49 2671 607 665
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Wine and coppermuseum - Briedel (Region 2)

Old wine-growing traditions preserved
The winefarmer Waldemar Hensler has collected a large number of equipment for wine making.
"It toke three years before my ideas were transformed into reality. Being connected to the branche for many years, it is not easy to stop overnight. That is the reason I want to give the offspring some knowlidge about the old days, although it was not so easy to gather all these items from the past."

Open upon request
Hauptstrasse 221 – Briedel - Tel.: +49 6542-41197


Cusanus-Birth house, - Bernkastel-Kues (Region 2)

Information about “Nikolaus von Kues”
April 15 - October 31: Tue-Sa: 11.00 - 17.00 o'clock
Sunday and holidays: 11.00 - 14.00 o'clock
November 01 - April 14: Tue-Sa: 13.00 - 17.00 o'clock
Sunday and holidays: 11.00 - 14.00 o'clock
Mondays closed.
Nikolausufer 49, Tel: +49 65 31 / 28 31


Regional museum “Graacher Tor” – Bernkastel-Kues (Region 2)

In the only maintained town-gate you will find an exhibition about the city of Bernkastel-Kues.
Guided tours with information video for groups till 25 persons.
Open: van the beginning of May till the end of October
Thursday till Sunday: 15.00 - 17.00 o'clock
Guided tour after request.
Tel: +49 65 31 / 63 83


Multimediale Mosel-Winemuseum - Bernkastel - Kues (Region 2)

Get information about the way to grow grapes, different kind of grapes, Mosel-VIP, the work on the mountains and in the cellars, the equipment, storage, wine, health and culture.

16 April – 31 Oktober, every day 10.00 – 18.00
1 November – 15 April, every day 14.00 – 17.00
Cusanusstr 2, Bernkastel


Dolls and Clockmuseum Bernkastel-Kues (Region 2)

April-October daily 10.00 - 17.00 h.
Nov.-March Mo-Sa 10.00 - 16.00 h.
Adults € 3,00, children € 1,00


German telephone museum - Morbach

Largest collection of telephones and telephone equipment of the last 200 years, unique in Germany.
The collection maintains more than 1300 objects. The visitors can make use of different telephones as much as they like. An extended library is part of the collection.
Open: Tue-Sa: 10.00 - 18.00 o'clock
Sundays and holidays: 11.00 - 18.00 o'clock
Closed on Mondays
Tel: +49 65 33 / 7 11 17 or 95 86 26


Molitorsmill - Schweich (Region 3)

The visitors will find all information about the milling technique, divided over 4 storeys of the 19th and 20th century. We will give the visitors, young or old, a quick look at the work of the miller.
Open from Easter till the end of October.
Sa+Sun+holidays, 14.00 - 18.00 o'clock
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Hermeskeil - Europe's largest private airplane exhibition

Here you are able to explore more than 100 original airplanes, 60 airplane engines and extensive technical information and details about the history of air traffic.
Open from April 1 till November 1
Every day from 9.00 till 18.00 o'clock
Tel. +49 6503-7693
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Hermeskeil - Steam locomotive museum

Open from 16.03 till 01.11
Sa/Su from 10.00 till 16.00 o'clock
May till August daily open
Bahnhofstr. 20
Tel: +49 6503 / 1204


Open air museum Roscheider Hof in Konz (Region 3)

Welcome to the Open Air Folklore Museum of the Greater SaarLorLux Region We invite you to get to know our museum for rural cultural history in north-west Rhineland Palatinate and the German-Luxembourg-Lorraine border region. Our museum is situated in Konz on the Saar and Moselle rivers, about 8 km up the Moselle from Trier city centre.

Our museum offers you

4000 m2 of folklore exhibitions ranging from wine-growing to dentistry in our historical exhibition building and, as from the autumn of 2006, in the newly built museum of forestry and wood,
a tin figure and toy museum,
22 ha of open grounds with the Hunsrück village, a Moselle village that is currently being reconstructed, a rose garden, several country gardens,
a restaurant with beer garden and large nature-oriented children's playground,
activity days, special exhibitions, our legendary Christmas market on 2 weekends in Advent and
guided tours, projects for museum visitors both young and old, children's birthday parties, etc.

Opening hours:
Tuesday - Friday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m., nov.-march 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and public olidays 10 a.m. -6 p.m.,
nov.-march 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Last admission one hour before closing.
Open in winter too!
Closed at Christmas/New Year
The houses in the grounds outside are closed because of poor weather conditions from 1st November to Palm Sunday.
In the event of snow and ice the grounds will be closed.

Dogs on leads are welcome at the open grounds.

Volkskunde- und Freilichtmuseum Roscheider Hof
Roscheiderhof 1
D-54329 Konz
tel. +49 6501-92710

Entrance fee:
Adults € 4,=
Children 6 till 14 years old € 2,=
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German Edelsteinmuseum Idar-Oberstein/Hunsrück

15. Feb - 30. April daily 10.00 - 17.00 h.
01. May - 31.Oct daily 9.30 - 17.30 h.
01. Nov - 07. Jan Tue - Su 10.00 - 17.00 h.
Adults € 5,00, children (till 14J.) € 2,50 from 15 J. € 3,20, Families (2 adults + children till 14 J.) € 12,00
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Historisches Kupferbergwerk - Fischbach/Hunsrück

15. Feb - 14. Nov daily from 10.00 - 17.00 h.
Tours at 11.30 + 13.30 h.
Adults € 4,50, children (till 16J.) € 3,00


Bitburger Brauerei - Bitburg/Eifel

01.April - 31. October Mo-Fr 10.00 - 19:00h.
last tour 17.00 h.
Sa + holidays 10.00 - 17.30 h.
last tour 16.00 h.
Adults € 8,00, (12-15 J.) € 4,00, children till


Besucherbergwerk - Fell/Mosel

15. March - 31. October daily 10 - 18.00 h.
Adults € 5,95, children (from 6J.) € 3,25