The “Weinviertlier Museumsdorf Niedersulz” situated in eastern Lower Austria, is an Open Air Museum, both sprawling with domesticated farm animals, picturesque flower gardens and wide eyed visitors playing the role of time travellers who get a chance to observe the everyday idyll of their rural ancestors a hundred years past.
As they describe themselves:”The authentic historical architecture, the authentic and colorful variety of plants as well as the animals on the farm convey everyday life in a typical Weinviertel village around 1900 on an area of 22 hectares. VILLAGE ARCHITECTURE The Museumsdorf Niedersulz lets the visitors dive into a typical Weinviertel village along a stream. The center is the village square with residential and farm buildings, workshops of craftsmen and the village square with the stately hunter’s house (in operation as a museum inn), the Poysdorf inn with grocery from Jedenspeigen, a vicarage, farm buildings and also a chapel of the Virgin Mary.”
As part of their modern social media and homepage presence update the museum tasked us with capturing representative impressions of both the village’s interior and floral abundance as well as a bird’s view perspective of the fully reconstructed and rebuilt buildings.