Museum "A Possen"

Type : Agriculture / Viticulture / Nature


Museum "A Possen"

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Founded in 1967, the museum “A Possen” invites you to a typical winegrower’s house to discover with complete equipment from the 18th and 19th century. The kitchen with smokehouse, the bedroom, as well as the workshop of the cooper, the shoe maker and the tailor explain everyday life of past ages in an authentic atmosphere. A textile exhibition and a weaving room can also be visited.

Discover a varied collection of ancient dolls, teddy bears, model trains and all kinds of toys from earlier times in the Toy Museum.

Furthermore, a new exhibition on customs awaits you.

Workshops for children, children’s birthday party, art and traveling exhibitions and lectures complete the offer of the museum.

Book a guided tour of the museum and immerse yourself into the past times. You are also welcome to explore the museum by yourself.

Also, on offer:
Thematic visits with hikes.

The following topics are available:
- Architecture of a village on the Moselle and life in the 18th and 18th century
- Hike through the vineyards with a visit to the roman tomb
- insight of the work of the winemaker

An experiences museum staff accompanies you and tells you all kinds of stories from the region.

Closed January and February!

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Opening hours

Opening hours
  A.M P.M
Monday - -
Tuesday 11h00 17h00
Wednesday 11h00 17h00
Thursday 11h00 17h00
Friday 11h00 17h00
Saturday 11h00 17h00
Sunday 11h00 17h00


Open from Easter to October 31st : Tuesday - Sunday from 11 am - 6 pm | November 3rd - Easter: Friday - Sunday from 11 am - 5 pm. Closed in January and February.


Closed in January and February.


Adults 5€ Kids & Students free


  • Disabled access
  • Guided tour
  • Cafeteria
  • Shop
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2, Keeseschgaessel
L-5404 Bech-Kleinmacher
Tel.: +352 23 69 73 53

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