Discover THE BAVARIAN FORESTin your own way
A surprisingly extensive museum world awaits visitors at the Landestormuseum on the Schlossplatz in Furth.
Dragon Museum: [nbsp: A large part of the museum is also dedicated to the history of the Drachenstich, Germany’s oldest folk play that dates back to the 15th century.
Tel.: +49 (0)9973/509-80
German-Czech border station with an information centre for the nature reserve and National Park
There’s only one of these in Europe: Bayerisch Eisenstein is home to the only station building between the North Cape and Gibraltar that is intersected by a state border. The border station also houses an information point with an exhibition from the Bavarian Forest National Park and a German-Czech information centre for the nature reserve and National Park.
www.bayerisch-eisenstein.deTel.: +49 (0)9925-902430
Zwiesel Forest Museum
The new Forest Museum is housed in the former girls’ school (Kirchplatz 3, D–94227 Zwiesel). The themes of “forest, home and glass” are displayed across 1,200 m2 with a new and modern exhibition concept.
www.waldmuseum.zwiesel.deTel.: +49 (0)9922-60888
Nostalgia House, Bäckergasse 18, Viechtach
“Take a step back from the stress of everyday life and take a trip into the past”.
Tel.: +49 (0)9942-2431
Pilgrimage Museum, Neukirchen beim Heiligen Blut
The modern Pilgrimage Museum is located in an old castle in Neukirchen, holding rich treasures from the archive of the pilgrimage church. The museum has attractive exhibits and a visitor-friendly presentation, and it’s been classified as a special museum of national importance.