Museum farmhouse Neemann

On the historic village square in the recreational park "Am Emsdeich", the typical Neemann's farm was rebuilt true to the original. Today, the Gulfhaus houses historical treasures such as a wheelwright's workshop, a blacksmith's shop, farm wagons, a milking and laundry room and many agricultural implements, and serves as a backdrop for those wishing to get married, who can have their civil ceremony here.
The farm, built in 1825, was bought by the municipality of Westoverledingen in the 90s, demolished and rebuilt true to the original. In the museum farmhouse "Neemann" you have the opportunity to see the life and living of anno dazumal. Part of the museum is a corner store, a presentation of old crafts and an exhibition of agricultural equipment. Walking around the biotope you will also find a flutter mill. Next to the museum farm is the Gulfhaus Müller. Next to it is the Gasthuus Ulenhoff with a beer garden. Accommodation is also offered here
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