Pfunds folk museum
The Pfunds Folk Museum is housed in a 14th century farmhouse, and consists of a farmer’s residence and three exhibition rooms. This residential unit, which forms the focal point of our local museum, includes the smoking kitchen, the dining room, the parlour, the chamber and the cellar. The former owners lived until 1980 in this part of the house (material division). No structural changes have been made to the building over the past 100 years. All of the fixed installations, such as the oven, stove, fireplace and chimneys are in their original condition, and functioning.