The Farmers' Museum of Frensdorf

The Farmers' Museum of Frensdorf

The Farmers' Museum of Frensdorf is a popular excursion to the south of the world heritage city of Bamberg. You can see the living quarters, a stable, a barn and a baking oven all arranged around the central inner court. You will learn a lot about farmers’ life around 1920 due to the original furniture and equipment. The Fischerhof was founded in the middle ages and was once one of the richest farms in Frensdorf. Todays appearance goes back to the late 19th, early 20th century, the oldest part is from 1810. Different thematic exhibitions show further aspects of rural and farming life of former times.

The Farmers' Museum of Frensdorf

Costs

Erwachsene 2,50€, Kinder bis 5 Jahre frei, Jugendliche bis 17 Jahre 1,50€, ermäßigt (Familien, Gruppen, Studenten, Behinderte), Führungen 25,00€ + Eintrittsgeld

Opening hours

April till October
Tuesday till Friday: 02:00PM till 05:00PM
Sunday, on public holidays: 01:00PM till 05:00PM

April – October: Tuesdays - Fridays from 2 pm – 5 pm, Sundays and public holidays from 1 pm – 5 pm. Visits outside of the opening hours are also possible for groups.

Location

How to find us: Frensdorf is located 10 km south of Bamberg. Please take highway no. B 22 or B 505

Bauernmuseum Bamberger Land
Dr. Birgit Jauernig
Hauptstraße 3-5
96158 Frensdorf
Germany
Tel.: +49 951/85-9650
Fax +49 951/85-9660