Hessenpark

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The windmill, one of the Hessenpark's attractions

The Hessenpark is an open-air museum in Neu-Anspach (near Wehrheim-Obernhain), Hesse, Germany. It was founded in 1974 by the Hesse State Government headed by Albert Osswald (SPD).

The museum showcases half-timbered buildings from the land of Hesse. As of 2006, there were almost 100 houses on display.

The Hessenpark is a popular family destination.

Landmarks[edit]

  • the Village Church
  • the Synagogue
  • the Village School
  • the Post Office
  • the Market Place
  • the Bakery
  • the Windmills
  • the Water Mill
  • the Blacksmith's Shop
  • the Typography

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Coordinates: 50°16′30″N 8°31′52″E / 50.27500°N 8.53111°E / 50.27500; 8.53111