The Massing open-air museum houses old farms from the Rottal, Hallertau and Isartal.
When the open-air museum was founded in Massing in 1969, it was one of the first museums for the rural culture of southern Lower Bavaria in Bavaria. At first, one could visit the most beautiful things from the rural Rottal: its wooden houses, painted cupboards and chests, Kröninger ceramics, embroidered and turned objects. With the Marxensölde, the world of small farmers came in addition. Wind fountains, tractors, vaulted stables, enamelled pots, bowls and buckets. In addition, orchards, field borders, hedges and avenues were created. Today, in addition to visiting the buildings, the museum also offers various attractions for pupils and kindergarten groups. For example, how is grain ground, what types are there and how is a bread dough made? The children are given the opportunity to find this out for themselves in small groups. In between there is time for a snack, for games or a tour of the museum. Parking facilities on site.