The history of our Erding tourist region is varied – as are our museums
How did the farmers of the Erding countryside till their fields, bake and live in the sixteenth century and later? Why was the development of the Eicher tractor in Forstern in 1936 comparable to a revolution in agriculture and for about 2000 workers? Did you know that the bell founders and the loden makers once characterised our Erding region and made it known as far away as Italy? And what was our Bavaria like long before our times?
Answers to all these questions and exhibits to astound you can be viewed in the museums Erding, Taufkirchen, Forstern, Finsing, Isen, Thal und Dorfen. Allow yourself to be taken on a little journey through time, just as you fancy.
Bauernhausmuseum Erding (farm house museum)
Opening times: from Easter Sunday until end of October each Saturday, Sunday and holiday from 10 to 17 h, guided tours for groups on request
Museum Erding (wheelchair accessible)
Prielmayrstraße 1, 85435 Erding, Tel. +49 (0)8122 408150
Opening times: Tuesday to Sunday daily from 13 to 17 h, closed on Mondays, please see opening times for holidays from the website.
Guided tours for groups on request.
Thal 11, 84434 Kirchberg, Tel. +49 (0)8706 947794
Opening times: each 1st Sunday per month from 12.30 to 16.00 h or upon request.
Franz Xaver Stahl Museum
Landshuter Straße 31, 85435 Erding, Tel. +49 (0)8122 1874431
Opening times: each 1st Sunday per month from 14 to 17 h or upon request.
(Historischer Kreis Dorfen e. V.)
Herzoggraben 10, 84405 Dorfen
Tel. +49 (0)8081 4826 (Museumsleiter)
Opening times: on market Sundays from 14 to 16 h, groups on request
im Alten Rathaus (in the former town hall)
Marktplatz 3, 84424 Isen
Tel. +49 (0)8083 - 339
Opening times: every 2nd weekend per month, Saturday from 14 to 16 h and Sunday from 10 to 12 h
E.ON Wasserkraft GmbH
Seestraße 3, 85464 Neufinsing
Tel. +49 (0)8121 709201
Opening times: only for groups on request