Black Forest Ski Museum

Who invented it? Skiing is a tradition in the Black Forest Highlands. The over 300-year old Hugenhof shows how skiing became a sport, from its beginnings in the Black Forest by the Feldberg around 1890 and how it spread to the European low mountain ranges. Partially wheelchair accessible, separate entrance.

The stories of successful athletes, such as Georg Thoma (Olympic Nordic Combination Champion) or Christl Cranz (alpine skier), are told here. The museum also shows how skis and skiing equipment are made and provides a presentation of colourful ski accessories. It also shows skiing films and showcases medals, trophies, and starting numbers. In short, it illustrates the sport’s exciting transition, from wooden skis to today’s snowboard. Winter landscapes, painted around 1900, enrich the historical Black Forest farm. In 1999, part of the attic was used as a space for special exhibitions. Since then, the ski museum holds around four exhibitions each year, presenting contemporary artwork.

Tuesday 14:00 - 17:00 time
Wednesday 14:00 - 17:00 time
Friday 14:00 - 17:00 time
Saturday 12:00 - 17:00 time
Sunday 12:00 - 17:00 time
21.09.2019 to 21.09.2019
05.10.2019 to 05.10.2019

Adults € 5.00

Adults with a visitor card € 4.00

Free admission with the Red Inclusive Card

Children up to 16 years old free

Youth 16 - 18 years € 1.00

Families € 8.00

Additional prices on request.

Address

Schwarzwälder Skimuseum
Erlenbrucker Straße 35
79856 Hinterzarten
phone 07652 982192
info@schwarzwaelder-skimuseum.de

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