Daily Monotony - Everyday Life in the Workers' House

Daily Monotony - Everyday Life in the Workers' House

Bocholt (lwl). "Look, marvel, feel" again on Sunday (26.5.) At 16 clock in the textile factory Bocholt. The Landschaftsverband Westfalen-Lippe (LWL) invites families to the weaving mill of its Bocholt Industrial Museum under this motto. Exploring Together (Large) Parents and children this time the daily monotony of a textile worker family before 100 years. What was planted in your own garden? What was there to eat? Did the children already have pets at that time? During the tour of the workers' house and the work-garden, visitors of all ages will also find out who slept in which bed or when the family was in the living room.

The program lasts about an hour. Participation is free. To pay is only the entrance to the museum: adults 4 Euro, for children and adolescents, admission is free.

Place: LWL-Industriemuseum Textilwerk Bocholt, weaving mill, Uhlandstraße 50
Date: Sunday (26.5.)
Time: 16 clock
Admission Museum: 4 Euro, kids and teens until 18 years free

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