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Wed, Sat-Sun 10 am - 6 pm
The “Langes Tannen” museum site consists of a building ensemble that is under protection as an historic monument today. It comprises a manorhouse in the style of Classicism from the early 19th century, a rebuilt barn from 1762, an octagonal base of a windmill from 1796 and a few auxiliary buildings. The building ensemble is idyllically situated within a large estate with 26 hectares of wood, meadows, parks and ponds. An exhibition on cultural history is presented in the manorhouse: “Bourgeois cultivation of home décor” with an emphasis on the 19th and early 20th century. The museum barn is used for changing exhibitions throughout the year. It is used for different events like concerts, readings etc. The Café “Langes Mühle”, which is furnished like a museum, offers homemade cakes to visitors in the mill base.
adults 2 €
groups (more than 10) 1,50/person
children under 15 years free
Guide on the museum
Office: Ludwig Schröder, Tornescher Weg 105, 25436 Uetersen, Tel. 04122/ 7079., Registered supportive association for the Museum Langes Tannen, Responsible body of the museum is the town of Uetersen, Wassermühlenstraße 7, 25436 Uetersen, phone +49 (0)4122-714 216
Arriving by car
By car: federal road B 431: Hamburg - Wedel - Uetersen - Elmshorn.