Lower Bavarian Agricultural Museum Regen
With impressive productions and countless valuable objects from all areas of rural life, the Lower Bavarian Regen Agricultural Museum presents Lower Bavarian agricultural and social history from the 18th to the early 20th century over around 2,000 square metres of exhibition space. Visitors both young and old are enthusiastic about the presentation, the tractors and steam engines, the regular accompanying programmes and guided tours. Mobile models, acoustic effects, stage design elements, films or agricultural machines, which visitors can set in motion themselves at the touch of a button, enable the whole family to travel back in time. With their own "children's and families' guide", young visitors can also have fun in the numerous exhibition rooms.
Museum and Cultural Centre in Eastern Bavaria
The Lower Bavarian Regen Agricultural Museum sees itself as a place of cultural encounter and debate. It is a lively museum which appeals to all the senses with a variety of activities and which lets visitors become active. As a child-friendly place, the museum offers visitors knowledge and entertainment in a pleasant atmosphere. Throughout the year, special exhibitions which are worth seeing and a variety of different events ensure that the Lower Bavarian Agricultural Museum is not only popular with the locals, but also countless tourists visit this cultural gem on the town square of the climatic health resort Regen, in the heart of the Bavarian Forest. From cabaret to jazz, from children's culture to folk music, from the Easter market to the craftsmen's meeting, from the museum workshop to the farmer's bread bakery, there's plenty to see and do all year round. Here time travel becomes an experience!
The Lower Bavarian Agricultural Museum offers a wide variety of possibilities for a visit. Visitors, whether they are families, groups or individuals, will be advised in advance in order to set up the right program for the day. From a very individual visit, e.g. with our children's and families' guide, to a guided tour with trained museum attendants or an individual in-depth program in our museum workshop, much is conceivable and possible. Once we even set up a whole day with different stations for an entire primary school.