The Landesmuseum für Volkskunde in Molfsee comprises 40 hectares of meadows, gardens, dikes and over 70 historic buildings, farms and mills typical for the region of Schleswig-Holstein. Here, visitors can explore what daily life was like in a typical Schleswig-Holstein village. Basket weavers, smiths, turners, woodworkers and beekeepers demonstrate their activities in various buildings, and farms still house the types of animals that would have been around at the time. At the historic pharmacy and adjacent herb garden visitors gain insight into the medicinal practices of the time. The area also houses a playground, restaurant and museum shop.
Hamburger Landstraße 97
9 a.m. ─ 6 p.m. daily
Day Trips Kieler Woche
In June, party at the World's biggest sailing event for everything from dinghies to tall ships! Kiel, gateway to Scandinavia!
Satisfy your cravings for art in Hamburg's many exhibitions and galleries or see masters at work in their open workshops.
Interested in art, design and photography? Hamburg's art museums are located only a short walk away from each other.
Music, arts and entertainment for a good cause: for four days, the St. Pauli football stadium is Hamburg's (sub-)cultural place to be.
Need a new suit, a handmade hat or a unique luxury pen? Hamburg is home to many artists and artisans. Check out their products here.
Live like a viking, surf like a pro, dig in the sand and dine on a pier. The Baltic Sea bays from Flensburg to Ruegen have it all!