In our courses, workshops and projects you can immerse yourself in the everyday world of the Rhinelanders in the past and today, experience how they lived and worked and get to know handicraft and household techniques or explore nature.
The broad program offers offers for all age groups: from audio guides Guided tours of guided tours through the site, holiday offers, workshops and courses for adults and children, organized birthday parties and a children's museum guide. With special programs for schools, classes can experience for a few hours or for a whole week what everyday life in the Rhineland used to be like.
The WaldPädagogikZentrum Eifel (WPZ) invites you to experience the forest with a varied programme, from forest kindergarten to forest educational projects and team training for adults.
Highlights in the open-air museumNew special exhibition
The chemist Leo Hendrik Baekeland applied for a patent for his invention in 1907: the phenolic resin, which he christened "Bakelite", became the "material of 1000 possibilities". Baekeland becomes the “father of plastic”.
FormVollendet? Bakelit verändert den Alltag
Milk bar from Brühlhighlights
The milk bar on the Rhineland market square was originally built in the summer of 1955 in Brühl on Carl-Schurz-Strasse. In the early years, the milk bar was a very popular meeting place, especially among young people in Brühl. In the decades that followed, however, the milk bar went through an eventful history
More about the history of the milk bar (in german)
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