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One of the most prominent collections of cast-iron objects in Germany is located in Büdelsdorf in a modern building close to the motorway A 1. It emerged from the inventory of the ‘Carlshütte’, which was founded in 1827 by Marcus Hartwig Holler.
Since the establishment as a branch of the ‘Landesmuseum’ in 1987 products of the ‘Carlshütte’ in Büdelsdorf are exhibited: stove plates, reliefs, statuettes, jewellery and different tools. Some items come from the production of Prussian iron works in the Rhineland and Silesia.
The museum also presents examples of East Asian iron casting.
adults 5,- €, reduced 4,- €
children, teenager 3,- €
family card 11,- €
school class, per pers. 1,- €
groups (max. 20 pers) per pers. 4,- €
groups (max. 30 pers) per pers. 3,- €
Sundays free entry!